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Philippine Library 



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Volume I SEPTEMBER, 1912 Number 1 


Announcement ----------- 3 

Law Creating the Philippine Library 4 6 

Recent Accessions ---------- 7 14 

List of works in the Filipiniana Division relating to the 

study of the Bibliography of the Philippine Islands. 

Part I ------------ 14 16 



iMiiurriNi; libkyky i;u.\kd 

Ex officio: 

Newton W. (Albert, Secretary of Public Instruction 

Dean C. Worcester, Secretary of the Interior 

Gregorio Araneta, Secretary of Finance and Justice 

Grant T. Trent, Justice of the Supreme Court 

Lawrence E. Griffin, Associate Professor of Zoology, and Dean, 
College of Liberal Arts, University of the Philippines 

McQueen S. Wightman, Secretary 


James A. Robertson, Librarian 

Syrena McKee, Chief Cataloguer 

Bessie A. Dwyer, Chief, Circulating Division (American Circulating 

Manuel Artigas y Cuerva, Curator, Filipiniana Division 


O F T H E 


Vol. I SEPTEMBER, 1912 • No. 1 


• The Bulletin of the Philippine Library will be published monthly, 

and may be had on application at the library. It is intended to act as a 
medium of communication between the library and the public in order that 
the work of the library may be facilitated and the public better served. 
Accordingly, various library matters of public interest, including recent 
accessions, special reading lists, bibliographical lists of special collections, 
and exchange lists, will be published. In all accessions, reading, and 
special lists, it will be noted that the call number is given to each book 
that has been classified and catalogued. Hence the Bulletin will fulfill 
in part the purposes of a printed catalogue with the further advantages 
of monthly amplification. The bibliographical studies undertaken, it is 
hoped, will prove an aid to scholarly and accurate investigation. The 
exchange notices and lists will show the duplicates in the library, and 
communications in regard to them . are invited. Exchange with other 
library bulletins and reading lists is solicited. 

The library is open daily in its various divisions as follows: 

Circulating Division (American Circulating Library), 8 a. m. to 
9 p. m. 

Periodical Division, 8 a, in. to 9 p. m. 

Filipiniana Division, 7.30 a. in. to 4.30 p. m. 

Public Documents Division, 8 a. in. to 5 p. m. 
A fee of five pesos per annum or fifty centavos per month is charged 
for the privilege of drawing books from the Circulating Division {American 
Circulating Library). 

The privileges of the periodical and reference rooms are free to all 
Books of the Filipiniana and Public Documents divisions may be consulted 
free in the library. If sufficient notice be given before the hour for 
closing the two latter divisions, books will be reserved for readers at the 
charging desk of the Circulating Division (American Circulating Library). 




(First Philippine Legislature, second session. C. B. No. 108) 

[No. 1Mb] 


By authority of the United States, be it enacted by the Philippine Legis- 
lature, that: 

Section 1. A board of five members is hereby constituted consisting 
of the Secretary of Public Instruction, the Secretary of the Interior, the 
Secretary of Finance and Justice, and two other members to be appointed 
annually by the Governor-General, which shall be known as "The Philip- 
pines Library Board." 

Sec. 2. All libraries of every kind and character belonging- to the 
Insular Government of the Philippine Islands, or to any Department, 
Bureau, or subdivision of the same shall be consolidated under the general 
management of the Board created by section one of this Act, as hereinafter 
provided, and shall collectively be known as "The Philippines Library." 

Sec. 3. The Philippines Library Board shall divide the Library into 
such divisions as are necessary and proper for the correct and advantageous 
classification of the books, papers, periodicals, and documents belonging 
to such library, having among other divisions, a division of Filipiniana, a 
law division, a scientific division, and a circulating division, in which latter 
shall be included the present American Circulating Library. The scientific 
division shall be housed in the building of the Bureau of Science, the law 
division shall be housed in such place as the Supreme Court may direct, 
and other divisions shall be consolidated and housed in one place so far as 
possible, but this shall not be done if, in the judgment of such Library 
Board, the purposes of the library can better be served by having one or 
more of such divisions located in another place than at the place of the 
main library. When a division is located in some other place than at 
the place of the main library, property responsibility for the custody of 
the books shall rest upon the Bureau or Office in which it is located, and 
the employees occupied in cataloguing and caring for the books shall be 
employees of such Bureau or Office. As soon as practicable there shall 
be prepared and housed in the main library a complete catalogue of all 
books and publications belonging to the Philippines Library and each of 
its divisions. No purchases of books or publications shall be made for 
any section or division of such library except by such Library Board, and 
such Board shall avoid, as far as is consistent with the needs of the 
library, the duplication of purchases, by bringing to the attention of the 
proper Secretary of Department or of the Governor-General, as the case 
may be, orders involving such duplication. Appropriations for the 


purchase of books shall hereafter be made for the several divisions of the 
Philippines Library as provided by law or established by the Library 
Board. Requisitions for the purchase of books for any division shall be 
signed by the Chief of the Bureau or Office having custody of the books 
of said division, and, after approval by the Secretary of the proper Depart- 
ment or the Governor-General, as the case may be, shall be transmitted 
to the Library Board, which shall examine the same with a view of 
avoiding, so far as is consistent with the needs of the library, the duplica- 
tion of purchases, and said Board shall purchase the books of all the 
divisions of the library in such manner and in such quantities as will 
reduce the price of purchases to the minimum; and all books, papers, 
periodicals, documents, and other reading matter required for the uses 
and purposes of the Philippines Library may be ordered and purchased 
by said Library Board without the intervention of the Purchasing Agent: 
Provided, That books for which requisition is made by any Bureau or 
Office shall be paid for out of the funds, if any, appropriated for such 
purpose for such Bureau or Office. 

Sec. 4. The said Library Board shall give particular attention to 
the making available of the said library, in all its parts, for the use of 
teachers and students of either public or private schools, by the establish- 
ment of suitable reading rooms, and the opening of said library and 
reading rooms for such use, and for the use of the public, under proper 
regulations, at all times, including holidays and evenings, and the said 
Board is empowered to make all rules and regulations for the use of such 
library. Such Board shall also make provision for the temporary placing 
of books in the high school and in other public schools, or with Bureaus 
which may desire to use certain books at certain times. 

Sec. 5. Said Philippines Library Board shall serve without pay, and 
no appropriation is made for the enforcement of this Act. All appropria- 
tions heretofore made for library purposes which are left unexpended and 
all appropriations which shall be made for library purposes in the appro- 
priation bill for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten for any Bureau 
or Office whatever are hereby made available for the uses of the said 
Philippines Library. 

Sec. 6. All officers and employees of the main library shall be ap- 
pointed by the Secretary of Public Instruction, with the approval of the 
Library Board, and for administrative purposes, shall be under the control 
of the Secretary of Public Instruction, and all officers and employees of 
the Philippine Government now engaged in duties or work in connection 
with any one of the libraries now in existence which under this Act is 
transferred to and housed with the main library, may be continued in 
the service of the Philippines Library, and shall be paid from any funds 
which have been appropriated for the payment of their salaries, or, in 
case of a vacancy, the place may be filled by the said Philippines Library 
Board, providing that the salary or wages in any case is not greater than 
that provided by law. 


Sec. 7. The Philippines Library is authorized to receive and accept 
gifts, donations, bequests, and transfers of property, money, or books for 
the use and benefit of said Philippines Library. 

SEC. 8. The Philippines Library Board shall make a special effort 
within the means at its disposal to procure and preserve from time to 
time all books, papers, documents, and periodicals of every kind or class 
which relate to the history of the Philippine Islands or to the Filipino 
people, and to provide a chief of the division of Filipiniana with proper 
qualifications to classify and arrange said historical collection. 

Sec. 9. It shall be the duty of the said Board at the end of each fiscal 
year to make a complete report of its operations, which report shall be 
addressed to the Legislature, and to make such recommendations as to 
it may seem wise as to the betterment of the said Library and as to the 
methods for increasing the efficiency of the same. 

Sec. 10. All Acts and parts inconsistent with the provisions of this 
Act are hereby repealed. 

Sec. 11. This Act shall take effect on its passage. 

Enacted, May 20, 1909. 

By virtue of the above law, the four divisions noted on page 3 
are housed under the same roof, and comprise the central part of the 
Philippine Library. After many vicissitudes this part of the library has 
finally secured good quarters in the old Army and Navy Club Building, 
the name of which has been changed to Library Building. 

The Science Division is located in the Bureau of Science, and is 
known as the Library of that Bureau. The Law Division, known as the 
Library of the Supreme Court, is housed with the court. The collection 
of the Attorney-General also forms a part of this division. The Phil- 
ippine Assembly Division is housed in the committee rooms of the As- 
sembly. Finally, all of the Bureaus possess the books necessary for their 
work, so that the Philippine Library in its fullest extension contains well 
over 100,000 volumes. 


(For greater convenience books in this list are only roughly classified) 

History, economics, political 
science, etc. 

Abbott, Edith: Women in in- ! 
dustry. A study in American eco- j 
nomic history. N. Y., Appleton, | 

1910. xxii, 409 p. appx. (Dis- j 
cusses child labor.) 331.4A26 j 

Abbott, Frank Frost : Society and 
politics in ancient Rome ; essays and 
sketches. N. Y., Scribner, 1910. 
x, 259 p. 913.37Ab26 

Abbott, Lyman : Spirit of demo- j 
cracy. Bost, Houghton, 1910. vi, 
1 L, 215 p. 321A26 

Contents. — The birth of democracy; 
tendency of democracy; the pagan ideal 
of the family; the Hebrew ideal of the 
family; the evolution of education; etc. 

Addams, Jane: Twenty years at 
Hull-House. N. Y., Macmillan, 

1911. xvii, 462 p. (With autobio- 
graphical notes.) 331.8A211 

Allen, Nellie B. : Industrial stu- 
dies, United States. Bost., Ginn, 
cl910. x, 1 1., 335 p. 670A153 

Baty, Thomas: International law. j 
N. Y., Longmans; Lond., Murray, I 
1909. viii, 363 p. 341B322 

Beard, Charles Austin: Readings j 
in American government and po- j 
litics. N. Y., Macmillan, 1910. 
xxiii, 624 p. 353B38 

Beazley, C. Raymond, ed. : Texts 
and versions of John de Piano Car- 
pini and William de Rubruquis, as 
printed for the first time by Hakluyt 
in 1598; together with some other 
shorter pieces. Lond., printed for 
the Hakluyt Society, 1903. 345 p. 


Begbie, P. J. : Malayan Peninsula, 
embracing its history, manners and 
customs of its inhabitants, politics, 
natural history, from its earliest 

records. [Madras] , printed for the 
author at the Vepery Mission press, 
1834. xvii, 1, 523 p. 991E39m 

Brooks, Robert Clarkson: Cor- 
ruption in American politics and 
life. N. Y., Dodd, 1910. xv, 1 1., 
309 p. 172.2B79 

Burrage, Henry S. ed. : Early 
English and French voyages, chiefly 
from Hakluyt 1534-1608. N. Y., 
Scribner, 1906. xxii, 451 p. (In 
series "Original narratives of early 
American historv," J. F. Jameson, 
gen'l ed.) 973.1H12e 

Campbell, Gilbert Lewis: Indus- 
trial accidents and their compensa- 
tion. Bost, Houghton, 1911. xii, 
1, 105 p. (Hart, Schaffner, and 
Marx prize essavs No. 7). 


Cromer, Evelyn Baring, Earl of: 
Ancient and modern imperialism. 
Lond., Longmans, 1910. 3 L, 143 
p. 325C88 

Davis, William T., ed. : Bradford's 
history of Plymouth plantation, 
1606-1656. N. Y., Scribner, 1908. 
xv, 2 1., 437 p. (In series "Original 
narratives of early American his- 
tory/' 973.2B72h 

Dickerson, Oliver Morton : Amer- 
ican colonial government, 1696- 
1765. Cleveland, Clark, 1912. 390 
p. 973.2D558 

A story of the British Board of Trade, 
its relations to the American colonies, 
political, industrial, administrative. 

Diemer, Hugo: Factory organiza- 
tion and administration. N. Y., 
McGraw-Hill, 1910. x, 317 p. 


Eckardt, Homer Mark Philip: 
Rational banking system: a com- 
prehensive study of the branch 




system. N. Y., Harper, 1911. 3 1., | 
328 p. 332Ec52 I 

Edwards, Richard Henry: Negro ! 
problem. Madison, Wis., 1908. 32 j 
p. (Studies in Amer. Soc. Cond,, j 
No. 2.) 326Ed98n j 

Ellwood, Charles Abram: Sociol- | 
ogy and modern social problems, ! 
N. Y., Amer. Bk. Co., cl910. 331 p. | 

301E159s | 

Elson, Henry William : History of 
the United States of America. N. ; 
Y., and Lond., Macmillan, 911, xl. j 
p., maps. 973E178hl | 

Farrand, Max, ed. : The records I 
of the Federal Convention of 1787. j 
New Haven. Yale Univ. Press, ! 
Lond., Frowde, 1906. 3 vols. i 

342F241r ! 

Fisher, Irving ; and Brown, Harry 
G. : Purchasing power of money : 
its determination and relation to 
credit, interest and crises. N. Y., 
Macmillan, 1911. xii, 505 p. 


Fiske, John: American political 
ideas. Viewed from the standpoint 
of universal history: three lectures 
delivered at the royal institution of 
Great Britain in May, 1880; and 
The story of a New England town : 
an address delivered at Middletown, 
Conn., Oct. 10, 1900. Bost, Hough- 
ton, 1911. lxxv, 144, 196 p. 


Fite, Emerson David: Social and 
industrial conditions in the North 
during the civil war. N. Y., Mac- 
millan, 1910. vii, 318 p. 330F557 

Ford, Henry Jones: Cost of our 
national government. N. Y., Co- 
lumbia Univ. Press, 1910. xv, 147 
p. (A study in political pathology.) 


Rise and growth of American 
politics. N. Y. and Lond., Mac- 
millan, 1900. viii, 409 p. 320F75 

Garner, James Welford: Intro- 
duction to political science : a treatise 
on the origin, nature, functions, and 

organization of the state. N. Y., 
Amer. Bk. Co., cl910. 616 p. 


Gettell, Raymond Garfield: Intro- 
duction to political science. Bost., 
Ginn, cl910. xx, 1 1., 421 p. 


Ghent, William James: Socialism 
and success. N. Y., John Lane Co., 
1910. 252 p. 335G341 

Gompers, Samuel: Labor in Eu- 
rope and America. N. Y. and 
Lond., Harper, 1910. x, 2 1., 278 
p. 331G5865 

Goodnow, Frank Johnson : Munic- 
ipal government. N. Y., Century, 
1910. x, 401 p. 352G624m 

Grant, W. L., ed. : Champlain's 
voyages, 1604-1618. N. Y., Scrib- 
ner, 1907 xiii, 1, 377 p. (In series 
"Original narratives of early Amer- 
ican history/') 973.1C35v 

Hakluyt, Richard: The principal 
navigations, voyages, traffiques and 
discoveries of the English nation. 
Glasgow, James MacLehose & Co., 
1903-05. 12 vols. (New edition 
published for the Hakluyt Society.) 


Hakluyt Society : Publications. 
1st and 2nd series. London : 
printed for the Hakluyt Society, 
1847-1910. 120 vols. 

This is one of the most important col- 
lections of voyages, discoveries, and de- 
scriptions ever published. It is of immense 
benefit in studies of the orient. The Li- 
brary possesses all of the 1st series except 
six volumes and the 2nd series so far as 

Hall, Clayton Colman, ed. : Nar- 
ratives of early Maryland, 1633- 
1684. N. Y., Scribner, 1910. ix, 
2 L, 460 p. (In series, "Original 
narratives of early American his- 
tory.") 975.2H14n 

Hamilton, John Judson : Dethrone- 
ment of the city boss. N. Y., and 
Lond., Funk, 1910. 285 p. 


A study of the commission plan as 
begun in Galveston, developed and ex- 
tended in Des Moines, and already taken 
up by many other cities, east and west. 



Hart, Albert Bushnell: Founda- 
tions of American foreign policy; 
with a working bibliography. N. 
Y. and Lond., Macmillan, 1910. xi, 
307 p. 327.73H252f 

Contents.— United States as a world 
power; experiences of the U. S. in foreign 
military expeditions; boundary controver- 
sies and commissions; Brother Jonathan's 
colonies; what the founders of the union 
thought concerning territorial problems; 
the Monroe doctrine and the doctrine of 
permanent interest; a working bibliogra- 
phy of American diplomacy. 

Hobson, John Atkinson : Indus- 
trial system ; an inquiry into earned 
and unearned income. N. Y., Scrib- 
ner, 1910. xx, 338 p. 330H6534 

Hollander, Jacob H. ; and Barnett, 
George E., eds. : Studies in American 
trade unionism. N. Y., Holt, 1912. 
v, 380 p. 331.88H719 

Hollingsworth, Charles M. : From 
freedom to despotism; a rational 
prediction and forewarning. Wash- 
ington, The author, 1910. xiii, 238 
p. 321H725 

Hosmer, James Kendall, ed. : Win- 
throp's Journal: history of New 
England, 1630-1649. 2 vols. (In 
series "Original narratives of early 
American history.") 974W73J 

Howard, Earl Dean: Causes and 
extent of the recent industrial prog- 
ress of Germany. Bost., Hough- 
ton, cl907. xiii, 147 p. (Hart, 
Schaffner and Marx prize essays, 
No. 1.) 330H831 

Hughes, Charles Evans: Condi- 
tions of progress in democratic gov- 
ernment. New Haven, Yale Univ. 
Press; Lond., Frowde, 1910. 1, 123 
p. 320H874 

Jameson, John Franklin, ed. : 
Johnson's wonder working provi- 
dence. 1528-1651. N. Y., Scrib- 
ner, 1910. viii, 1, 285 p. (In series 
"Original narratives of early Amer- 
ican history".) 974.4J631w 

Narratives of New Nether- 

land. N. Y., Scribner, 1909. xx, 1, 
478 p. (In series "Original narra- 
tives of early American history".) 


Jenks, Jeremiah Whipple: Gov- 
| ernmental action for social welfare. 
I N. Y., Macmillan, 1910. xvi, 226. 
| p. 351J421g 

Kaye, Percy Lewis : Readings in 
civil government. N. Y., Century, 
1910. xvi, 535 p. 320K182 

j Merriam, Charles Edward: His- 
tory of American political theories. 
N. Y., and Lond., Macmillan, 1910. 
xv, 364 p. 320M5512 

Morey, William C. : Outlines of 
Roman Law: comprising its histor- 
ical growth and general principles. 
N. Y. and Lond., Putnam, cl884. 
ix, 433 p. 349.37M8184 

Morga, Antonio de : Sucesos de las 
Islas Filipinas. Jose Rizal, ed. 1888. 
(xxv)-xxxvi, 1, 374 p. 991.4M82s 

Northmen, Columbus, and Cabot, 
935-1503. N. Y., Scribner, 1906. 
xv, 1, 443 p. (In series "Original 
Narratives of early American his- 
tory".) 973.1N81- 

Patterson, Isaac Franklin: Con- 
stitution of Ohio. Cleveland, Clark, 
1912. 358 p. 342.277P277 

Amendments and proposed amendments, 
including the Ordinance of 1787, the Acts 
of Congress dividing the northwest ter- 
ritory, and the Acts of Congress creating 
and recognizing the State of Ohio. 

Person, Harlow Stafford: Indus- 
trial education : a system of training 
for men entering upon trade and 
commerce. Bost, Houghton, 1907. 
vi, 3 1., 86 p. 607P432 

Contents. — Need of a system of indus- 
trial education in the United States; an 
outline of a system of industrial educa- 
tion for the United States. (Hart, 
Schaffner, and Marx prize essays.) 

Purchas, Samuel: Hakluyt post- 
j humous, or Purchase his Pilgrimes ; 
! containing a history of the world in 
j sea voyages and lande travells by 
i Englishmen and others. Glasgow: 
! James MacLehose & Sons, 1905-07. 
I 20 vols. (Published for the Hakluyt 
I Society). 910H128d 

! Reinsch, Paul Samuel: Readings 
; on American federal government. 
! Bost, Ginn., c!909. xii, 850 p. 
| 353R276r 




Adams, Andv : Outlet. Constable, 
1905. AdlTo 

Wells brothers. Constable, 

1911. Adl7w 

Adams, Samuel Hopkins : Average 
Jones. Merrill, 1911. Adl96a 

Annesley, Mrs. Maud : Wind along 
the waste. Lane, 1910. An76w 

Atherton, Mrs. Gertrude Franklin 
(Horn) : Julia France and her times. 
Macmillan, 1912. At44j 

Atkinson, Eleanor : Grevfriars 
Bobby. Harper, 1912. *At542g 

Barclay, Mrs. Florence Louisa 
(Charlesworth) : Through the pos- 
tern gate. Putnam, 1912. B235t 

Begbie, Harold : Shadow. Revell, 
1911. B393s 

Beith, Jan Hay (Jan Hay, 
pseud.) : Safety match. Houghton, 
1911. B3974s 

Bell, John Toy: Indiscretions of 
Maister Redhorn. Revell, 1911. 


Kingdom of dreams. Cas- 

sell, 1911. B413k 

Bell, Lilian Lida (Mrs. Bogue) : 
Caroline Lee. Wessels, 1907. 


Belloc, Hilaire: Girondin. Dou- 
bleday, 1912. B418g 

Bennett, Arnold : Anna of the five 
towns, Doran, 1910. B4393a 

Ghost. Small, 1911. 


Glimpse. Appleton, 1909. 


Great man. Doran, 1911. 


Helen with the high hand. 

Doran, 1911. B4393h 

Leonora. Doran, n. d. 


Man from the North. Do- 
ran, 1911. B4393m 

Bennett, Arnold: Matador of the 
five tow r ns and other stories. Doran, 
1912. B4393ma 

Whom God hath joined. 

Doran, n. d. B4393w 

Bianchi, Martha Gilbert (Dickin- 
son) : Cossack lover. Duffield, 1911. 


Bodkin, McDonnell : Young Beck. 
Little, 1912. B6326y 

| Boggs, Winifred: Vagabond citv. 
! Putnam, 1911. B6346v 

Bower, B. M. (B. M. Sinclair) : 
; Lonesome land. Little, 1912. 


Brebner, Percy James (Christian 
Lys, pseud) : Light that lures. Fly, 
1911. B7411 

Briggs, Olive Mary : Fir and the 
palm. Scribner, 1910. B768f 

Broadhurst George; and Horn- 
blow, Arthur: Bought and paid for. 
Dillingham, 1912. B78b 

Brown, Katherine Holland : Un- 
certain Irene. Duffield, 1911. 
I B8138u 

! White roses. Duffield, 1910. 


Buck, Charles Neville : Lighted 
match., 1911. B85481 

Burgess, Frank Gelett: Find the 
woman. Merrill, 1911. B912f 

Burnham, Mrs. Clara Louise 
(Root) : Dr. Latimer. Houghton, 
1893. B935d 

Great love. Houghton, 

1898. B935g 

Miss Archer Archer. 

I Houghton, 1897. B935m 

Mistress of Beech Knoll. 

| Houghton, 1890. B935mr 

I Opened shutters. Houghton, 

j 1906. B935o 

Sane lunatic. Houghton, 

! 1882. 

Westpoint wooing. Hough- 
ton, 1899. B935w 



Burnham, Mrs. Clara Louise [ 
(Root) : Young maids and old. ! 
Houghton, 1888. B935y | 

Caine, Hall: Revolt at Raskelly's. 
Putnam, 1911. C123r 

Calthrop, Dion Clayton : Every- 
body's secret. Dillingham, 1909. 


Perpetua, Lane, 1911. j 


Tinsel and gold. Dilling- 
ham, 1910. C1386t I 

Cameron, Margaret (Mrs. H. C. j 
Lewis) : Pretender person. Harper, i 
1911. C1466p I 

Capes, Bernard: Gilead balm. 
Baker & Taylor. C171g 

Carter, Ada: Priest and layman. 
Little, 1911. C245p 

Chambers, Robert William: Dan- 
ger mark. Grasset & Dunlap, 1909. 


Chesterton, Gilbert Keith: Man- 
alive. Lane, 1912. C426m 

Churchill, Winston : Modern 
chronicle. Macmillan, 1910. 


Coburn, Mrs. Eleanor Hallowell j 
(Abbott) : Sick-a-bed lady. Cen- ! 
tury, 1912. C6396s j 

Conrad, Joseph (formerly Joseph 
Conrad Korzeniowski) : Nigger of 
the "Narcissus." Heinemann, 1898. 

C7638n | 

Coppee, Francois: Guilty man. ! 
Dillingham, 1911. C793g j 

Corelli, Marie: Life everlasting. 
Doran, 1911. C81281 

Couch, Arthur Thomas Quiller- 
(Q., pseud.) : Brother Copas. 
Scribner, 1911. C83br 

True Tilda. Scribner, 1910. 


Cullen, Clarence Louis: Eddy. 

Dillingham, 1910. C8978e 

Tales of the ex-Tanks. 

Grosset & Dunlap, 1900. C8978t 

Curwood, James Oliver: Philip 
Steele. Merrill, 1911. C949p 

Davenport, Henry McHarg: Lik- 
able chap. Sturgis & Walter, 1911. 

Daviess, Maria Thompson : Melt- 
ing of Molly. Merrill, 1912. 


Miss Selina Lue. Merrill, 

1909. D2893mi 

Deland, Ellen Douglas : Miss Betty 
of New York. Harper, 1908. 


Deland, Mrs. Margaret Wade 
(Campbell) : Iron woman. Harper, 
1911. D3736i 

Dilley, Edgar Meek: Red fox's 
son. Page, 1911. D583r 

Diver, Maud: Awakening. Lane, 

1911. D6416a 
Dixon, Thomas, Jr.: Sins of the 

father. Appleton, 1912. D6468s 

Dorset, G. : Successful wife. 
Harper, 1910. D7378s 

Drummond, Hamilton : Justice of 
the king. Macmillan, 1911. D844j 

During, Mrs. Stella M.: End of 
the rainbow. Lippincott, 1910. 


Duryea, Mrs. Nina Larrey 
(Smith) : House of the seven gab- 
blers. Appleton, 1911. D939h 

Earl, John Prescott : On the school 
team. Penn Pub., 1911. Ea736o 

Ellis, John Breckenridge : Fran. 
Bobbs-Merrill, 1912. E1592f 

Faris, John Thomson: Making 
good. Revell, 1911. F228m 

Farnol, Jeffrey : My Ladv Caprice. 
Dodd, 1912. F237my 

F"itch, George: At good old Si- 
wash. Little, 1911. F552a 

Flandrau, Charles Macomb : Diary 
of a freshman. Appleton, 1912. 


Frankau, Mrs. Julia, (Frank 
Danby, pseud.) : Joseph in Jeopardy. 
Macmillan, 1912. F851j 

Freeman, Mrs. Mary Eleanor 
(Wilkins) : Butterfly house. Dodd, 

1912. F877b 



French, Alice, (Octave Thanet, 
pseud.) : Stories that end well. 
Bobbs-Merrill, 1911. F887st 

Garland, Hamlin: Victor Ollnes' 
discipline. Harper, 1911, G1838v 

Gibbs, George Fort : Maker of op- 
portunities. Appleton, 1912. 


Gillette, William: Secret service. 
Dodd, 1912. G4132s 

Gillmore, Inez Haynes : June Jeo- 
pardy. Huebsch, 1908. G417j 

Gillmore, Ruf us : Mystery of the 
second shot. Appleton, 1912. 


Gilson, Roy Rolfe: Ember light. 
Raker & Taylor, 1911. G428e 

Glasgow, Ellen Anderson Gholson : 
Miller of Old Church. Doubleday, 
1911. G4626m 

Goetchius, Marie Louise : Anne of 
Treboul. Century, 1910. G554a 

Graham, Winifred: Mary. Ken- 
nerley, 1910. G7604m 

Gratacap, Louis Pope: Mayor of 
New York. Dillingham, 1910. 


Hannay, James Owen: Lalage's 
lovers. Hodder & Stoughton, 1911. 


Harris, Joel Chandler: Daddy 
Jake the run away. Century, 1910. 


Harrison, Henry Sydnor: Queed. 
Houghton, 1911. H2466q 

Hastings, Wells; and Hooker, 
Brian : Professor's mvstery. Mer- 
ril, 1911. H2796p 

Hazard, R. H. : House of stilts. 
Dillingham, 1911. H3J7h 

Hickman, Albert: Unofficial love 
story. Century, 1909. H528u 

Hinkson, Katherine (Tynan; Mrs. 
Henry Albert Hinkson) : Paradise 
farm. Duffield, 1911. H593p 

Holmes, Gordon : House of silence. 
Clode, 1911. H7356h 

! Hornung, Ernest William: Fa- 
! thers of men. Scribner, 1912. 


Houghton, Mrs. Lucile Wand 
(Caplinger) : Venture in identity. 

I Doubleday, 1911. H8148v 


I Hume, Fergus W. : Mvstery queen. 

! Dillingham, 1912. H882my 

Hyne, Charles John Cutcliffe 
I Wright : Marriage of Captain Kettle. 
: Merrill, 1912. H998ma 

Ibanez, Vicente Blasco: Blood of 
the arena. McClurg, 1911. 1Mb 

I Ingram, Eleanor Marie : From the 
I car behind. Lippincott, 1912. 


Isham, Frederic Stewart: Man 
! and his money. Robbs-Merrill, 
| 1912. Is3m 

I James, Henry: Outcry. Scribner, 
I 1911. J2336ou 

Jepson, Edgar: Pollyooly. Mer- 
rill, 1912. J4696p 

Jessop, George H. : Where the 
shamrock grows. Baker & Taylor, 


Johnson, Owen : Glamourie. 
Harper, 1911. J6356g 

! Stover at Yale. Stokes, 

| 1912. J6356s 

i Johnston, William: Yellow letter. 
| Merrill, 1911. J6494y 

I Jones, Florence: Red nights of 
| Paris. Dillingham, 1911. J715r 

| Kauffman, Reginald Wright: Girl 
! that goes wrong. Moffat, 1911. 
| K1627g 

Kernahan, Mrs. Coulson: Thir- 
teenth man. Dillingham, 1910. 


Kingsley, Mrs. Florence (Morse) : 
To the highest bidder. Dodd, 1911. 


Kramer, Harold Morton: Rugged 
way. Lothrop, 1911. K86r 

Kummer, Frederic Arnold : Brute. 
Watt, 1912. K961b 



Le Queux, William: Spider's eye. 


Liljencrantz, Ottilie Adaline: Vi- 
king's love and other tales of the 
north. McClurg, 1911. L627v 

Locke, William John : Morals of 
Marcus Ordeyne. Grassett & Dun- 
lap, 1906. L796m 

London, Jack : House of pride. 
Macmillan, 1912. L846h 

South sea tales. Macmillan, 

1911. L846so 

Lowndes, Marie Adelaide (Belloc; 
Mrs. Frederic Sawrey Lowndes) : 
Chink in the armour. Scribner, 

1912. L9546c 

Luk-Oie, Ole. (pseud.) : Green 
curve. Doubleday, 1911. L9696g 

Lutz, Mrs. Grace (Livingston) 
Hill: Dawn of the morning. Lip- 
pincott, 1911. L9786da 

Mystery of Mary. Lippin- 

cott, 1912. ' L988my 

Lynde, Francis : Price. Scribner, 
1911. L992pr 

McCarthy, Justin Huntley: Fair 
Irish maid. Harper, 1911. M1274fa 

King over the water. Har- 
per, 1911. M1274k 

McConaughty, T. W., and Seldom, 
Edward: Boss. Fly, 1911. M1346b 

McCook, Rev. Henry Christopher : 
Quaker Ben. Jacobs, 1911. M135q 

McCutcheon, George Barr: Her 
weight in gold. Dodd, 1912. M139h 

What's his name. Dodd, 

1911. M139w 

MacLaren, Amy : Yoke of silence. 
Putnam, 1912. M2226y 

Maclean, Charles Agnew: Main- 
spring. Little, 1912. M224m 

Marquis, Don : Danny's own story. 
Doubleday, 1912. M348d 

Marshall, Marguerite Mooers : 
Drift. Appleton, 1911. M357d 

Michaelis, Karin : Dangerous age. 
Lane, 1911. M5818d 

Miller, Henry Russell : His rise to 
power. Merrill, 1911. M143hs 

Mitchell, Francis Marian : Joan of 
Rainbow Springs. Lothrop, 1911. 


Montgomery, Lucy Maud (Mrs. 
Ewen Macdonald) : Story girl. 
Page, 1911. M767s 

Mordaunt, Elenor : Ship of solace. 
Sturgis & Walton, 1911. M811s 

Mount joy, Henry: Minister of 
police. Merrill, 1912. M8642m 

Mullins, Isla May (Hawley; Mrs. 
E. Y. Mullins) : Boy from Hollow 
Nut. Revell, 1911. M9176b 

Musick, John Roy: Columbia his- 
torical novels. Whithen, 1906. 13 
vols. M9736co 

Ohnet, Georges : Red flag. Dilling- 
ham, 1910. 0h46r 

Older, Mrs. Fremont: Esther 
Damon. Scribner, 1911. Olle. 

Oppenheim, Edward Philips: Ha- 
voc. Little, 1911. 0p56h 

Oppenheim, James : Pav envelopes. 
Huebsch, 1911. " 0p57p 

Orczy, Emma Magdalena Rosalia 
Maria Josefa Barbara, baroness: 
Beau Brocade. Burt, 1906. 0r2b 

Emperor's candlesticks. 

Dascher, 1908. 0r2e 

In Mary's reign. Cupples 

& Leon, 1907. 0r2i 

Man in the corner. Burt, 

1902. 0r2m 

Pangborn, Mrs. Georgia (Wood) : 
Interventions. Scribner, 1911. 


Parrish, Randall: Molly Mc- 
Donald. McClurg, 1912. P349mo 

Patterson, Joseph Medill: Rebel- 
lion. Britton, 1911. P2775r 

Pemberton, Max: Captain Block. 
Cassell, 1911. P369c 

White Motley. Walton, 


Phillips, David Graham : Conflict. 
Appleton, 1911. P542c 



Porter, Gene Stratton : Harvester, 
Doubleday, 1912. P833h 

Porter, Sydney: Heart of the 
West. Doubleday, 1910. P835h 

Trimmed lamp. Doubleday, 

1911. P835t 

Pickering, Abner (A. P. U. S. 
A. pseud.) : As a soldier would. 
Broadway Pub. Co., 1911. P586a 

Randall, F. J. : Bermondsey twin. 
Lane, 1911. R1586b 

Reeve, Arthur B. : Silent bullet. 
Dodd, 1912. R2592s 

Reeves, Amber: World without 
end. Sturgis & Walton, 1911. 


Reynolds, Mrs. Gertrude M. (Rob- 
ins; Mrs. Louis Baillie Reynolds) : 

Notorious Miss Lisle. Hodder & 
Stoughton, R335n 

Richmond, Grace Louise (Smith; 
Mrs. Nelson Guernsey Richmond) : 
Strawberry acres. Doubleday, 
1911. R414s 

Roberts, Charles George Douglas : 
Neighbors unknown. Macmillan, 
1911. R541n 

Sangree, Allen : Jinx. Dilling- 
ham, 1911. Sa582j 

Schauffler, Rachel Capen: Goodly- 
fellowship. Macmillan, 1912. 


Seaman, Augusta Huiell : When a 
cobbler ruled the king. Sturgis & 
Walton, 1911. Sel58w 

Second, Henry : Captivating Mary 
Carstairs. Maynard, 1910. Se246c 


A traves de periodicos y sucesos. 
In "La Republiea Filipina," Manila, 
Oct. 27, 29, 30; Nov. 1, 4, 5, 10-13, 
15, 17-20, 23, 25, 26, and 29; Dec, 
1898, 1, 3, 4, 16, 18, 21 and 22. 

Aclaracion historica. In "La In- 
dependeneia", Malabon, Dec. 31, 

Adelung, Johann Christoph : Mith- 
ri dates oder allgemeine Sprachen- 
kunde mit Vater Unser als Spraeh- 
probe in bey nahe fiinfhundert Spra- 
chen und Mundarten, Berlin, Vos- 
sischen Buchhandlung, 1806-17. 4 
vols. 21 cm. 

Aguinaldo, Manuel: Maikling sa- 
laysay nang buhay at mga sinulat. 
In "Renacimiento Filipino", nos. 44 
and 48, May 28, and June 28, 1911. 

Alloza, Jose: Catalogo de libros 
raros y curiosos. Zaragoza, Blasco 
y Andres, 1892. 35 p. 20.5 cm. 

Same. 1895. 68 p. 

Alvarez Ossorio, Anibal: Biblio- 
grafia. La lepra en Bisayas. Ma- 
drid, 1897. In "La Politica de Es- 
paiia en Filipinas", vol. 7 (Madrid, 
1897), pp. 479-483. 

Alviola, Uldarico : Los periodicos 
bisayo-cebuanos y su ortograf ia. In 
"Renacimiento Filipino", no. 12, 
Manila, Sept. 2, 1910. 

* American Catalogue. 1900-1905, 
N. Y., Office of the Publisher's 
Weekly, 1905; 1908-10; id., 1911. 

Ang ika 300 taon ng limbagan. 
In "Taliba", Manila, June 17, 1911. 

Apuntes bibliograficos. In "Cul- 
tura Filipina", Manila. (See all is- 
sues of this review, which has been 
published since April, 1910.) 

Aroma, Amalio : Bibliograf ia. 
Madrid, 1894. In "La Politica de 
Espaiia en Filipinas", vol. 4, pp. 

Artes y Letras. El individuo ta- 
galog y su arte en la Exposicion 
Historico Americana. In "La Soli- 
daridad", Barcelona, Sept. 15, 1893. 

Artigas y Cuerva, Manuel: An- 
dres Bonifacio y el "Katipunan." 
Resefia historica bio-bibliografica. 
Manila, Imp. "La Vanguardia", 
1911. 99 p. 2 1. 20.5 cm. 

* In the Periodical and Reference Divi- 



Artigas y Cuerva, Manuel: Anto- 
nio Luna y Novicio. (Resena bio- 
bibliografica). Manila. Imp. "La 
Vanguardia", 1910. (Reprint from 
"La Vanguardia".) 25 p. 20 cm. 

Apolinario Mabini. Resena 

bio-bibliografica. In "Renacimiento 
Filipino", nos. 18, 20-27 and 29, 
Nov. 14 and 28, 1910; Dec. 7, 1910- 
Jan. 21, 1911, and Feb. 7, 1911. 

Ariiba los corazones de los 

tipografos. Vamos al tercer cente- 
nario de la imprenta. In "El Rena- 
cimiento", Manila, April 3, 1908. 

Biblioteca Nacional Filipina. 

Manila, 1908-1911. 26 cm. 

This review contains many bibliograph- 
ical notes and articles. 

El Centenario de la imprenta. 

In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, 
nos. 50, 53-55, 59, 62, 63, 67-69, 71, 
72, 75, 76, 80, 87, 88, 90, 98, 101 and 
103, July 14, 1911-Aug. 21, 1912. 

__ — El concurso del tercer cen- 
tenario de la imprenta. Manila, 
"Vanguardia," 1911. (Reprint from 
"La Vanguardia") 18 p. 14.5 cm. 

El fundador del Katipunan. 

Andres Bonifacio. In "Renacimien- 
to Filipino", Dec. 7, 1910. 

El parlamento filipino. His- 

toria desde el afio 1809 acerca de la 
representacion en cortes, en Fili- 
pinas. Constitucion politica de la 
Republica Filipina, e inauguracion 
de la primera Asamblea legislativa. 
Manila, 1908. In "Biblioteca Nacio- 
nal Filipina." 

El recuerdo de Rizal. In 

"Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, 
June 21, 1912. 

Escritores ilocanos. La fa- 

milia Claudio. In "Renacimiento 
Filipino", Manila, nos. 12 and 25, 
Sept. 28, 1910, and Jan. 7, 1911. 

Filipinos ilustres. Clemente 

J. Zulueta. Resena bio-bibliogra- 
fica. In "Renacimiento Filipino", 
Manila, nos. 35 and 36, Mar. 21 and 
28, 1911. 

Filipinologos ilustres. Prof. 

Dr. Renward Brandstetter. In 

"Biblioteca Nacional Filipina", Ma- 
nila, no. 13, Oct., 1909. 

Filipinos prominentes. Fer- 
nando Ferrer. In "Renacimiento 
Filipino", Manila, nos. 93 and 94, 
June 1 and 14, 1912. 

— Galeria de filipinologos ilus- 

tres. Prof. Ferdinand Blumentritt, 
In "Biblioteca Nacional Filipina", 
Manila, nos. 4-8, Jan.-May, 1909. 

Galeria de filipinologos ilus- 
tres. James A. LeRoy. In "Biblio- 
teca Nacional Filipina", Manila, no. 
23. April, 1911. 

Galeria de filipinologos ilus- 

tres. Don Jose Toribio Medina. 
In "Biblioteca Nacional Filipina", 
Manila, nos. 9-12, June-Sept., 1909. 

Galeria de filipinos ilustres. 

In "Renacimiento Filipino," Aug. 7, 

Glorias nacionales. Gracia- 

no Lopez Jaena. In "El Adalid", 
Iloilo, Feb. 5, 1911. 

Glorias filipinas. Antonio 

Luna y Novicio. In "Renacimiento 
Filipino", Manila, Oct. 14, 1910. 

Graciano Lopez Jaena. "In 

"Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, no. 
96. June, 1912. 

Historia de la Agricnltura 

filipina. "In "Biblioteca Nacional 
Filipina", Manila, no. 2, Nov., 1908. 

Importancia historica de los 

periodicos existentes en la Division 
Filipina de la Biblioteca de Filipinas. 
Conferencia dada ante el Staff de 
Bibliotecarios del Gobierno, el dia 
24 de Junio de 1910. Manila, Van- 
guardia, 1910. 23 p. 14.5 cm. 

Industrias filipinas. In "Re- 
nacimiento Filipino", Manila, no. 
11, Sept, 21, 1910. 

Juicio de las Bibliotecas cle 

Filipinas. In "Boblioteca Nacional 
Filipina", Manila, nos. 18-20, Mar.- 
May, 1910. 

La agricultura y el gobierno. 

In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, 
nos. 6, 10 and 16, Aug. 14, Sept. 14, 
and Oct. 18, 1910. 



Artigas y Cuerva, Manuel: La 
civilizacion filipina. In "Renaci- 
miento Filipino", Manila, no. 3, July 
21, 1910. 

— . — La lengiia tagala. Manila, 
1908. In "Biblioteca Nacional Fili- 

~ La prinsa filipina en el ex- 

trangero. In "Renacimiento Fili- 
pino", Manila, no. 1, July 1910. 

La primera imprenta en Fi- 

lipinas y la celebracion del tercer 
eentenario. In "La Vanguardia", 
Manila, Dec. 24, 1910. 

La primera imprenta en Fi- 

lipinas. Resena historico bio-biblio- 
grafica con tres apendices: uno bi- 
bliografico de las obras citadas en el 
texto; otro con la biografia del P. 
Blancas, y el ultimo, con una resena 
de los actos llevados a cabo para 
celebrar por primera vez el eente- 
nario de la imprenta en Filipinas. 
Colocase ademas un trabajo sobre 
Pinpin, con el famoso libro de este 
filipino. Manila, Fajardo, 1911. xii, 
250, xvii p. 19 cm. 

Las facultades de Medicina 

y Farmacia. In "Revista Filipina 
de Medicina y Farmacia", Manila, 
July 7, 1911. 

Las facultades de Medicina 

y Farmacia. Manila, [Morales], 17 
p. 26.5 cm. 

Los periodieos filipinos. La 

mas completa bibliografia publicada 
hasta la fecha acerca de los papeles 
publicos filipinos. Manila, Imprenta 
Germania, 1909. 224 p. 26 cm. 

Los sucesos de 1872. His- 

toria bio-bibliografica. In "Rena- 
cimiento Filipino", Manila, nos. 30- 
32, 34, 36-38, 40, 42, 44, 45, 51, 
Feb. 14 -Jul. 21, 1911. 

Notas en "Resena historica 

de la Isla de Negros desde los tierriT 
pos mas remotos hasta nuestros dias. 
Manila, 1912. In "Renacimiento Fi- 

Noticias bibliograficas. In 

"Biblioteca Nacional Filipina", Ma- 
nila, no. 24, May, 1911. 

j Artigas y Cuerva, Manuel : Nues- 
tros artistas. Andres Ortiz. In 

I "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, no. 
92. May 28, 1912. 

i — — Nuestros artistas. Jose Car- 
! vajal. In "Renacimiento Filipino", 
| Manila, no. 68, Nov. 28, 1911. 

! — — - Nuestros artistas. Nemecio 
I Ratia. In "Renacimiento Filipino", 
| Manila, no. 72, Dec, 28, 1911. 

j — — Nuestros artistas. Patroci- 

I nio Tagaroma. In "Renacimiento 

1 Filipino", Manila, no. 70, Dec. 14, 

j 1911. 

I Nuestros artistas. Praxe- 

des Fernandez de Pastor. In "Re- 
nacimiento Filipino", Manila, no. 67, 
Nov. 21, 1911. 

Nuestros artistas. Venancia 

Suzara. In "Renacimiento Fili- 
pino", Manila, no. 75, Jan. 21, 1912. 

Nuestros diputados. Arse- 

nio Cruz Herrera. In "Renacimi- 
ento Filipino", Manila, no. 102, Aug. 

Nuestros diputados. Edu- 

ardo Gutierrez David. In "Rena- 
cimiento Filipino", no. 100. Jul. 28, 

Nuestros dramaturgos. Juan 

Ignacio Zulueta. In "Renacimiento 
Filipino", Manila, nos. 77 and 82, 
Feb. 7 and Mar. 14, 1912. 

* Nuestros dramaturgos. Se- 

verino Reyes. In "Renacimiento Fi- 
lipino", Manila, no. 91, May 21, 1912. 

Nuestros genios. Juan Luna 

y Novicio. In "Renacimiento Fili- 
pino", Manila, no. 14, Oct. 21, 1910. 

Nuestros ingenieros. Fer- 
nando Canon Faustino. In "Rena- 
cimiento Filipino", Manila, No. 42, 
May 14, 1911. 

Quien es Retana. Su an- 

tano y ogano. Resena bio-bibliogra- 
fica. Manila, Fajardo, 1911. 116 
p. 19.5 cm. 

Pedro A. Paterno. Resena 

bio-bibliografica. In "Renacimiento 
Filipino", Manila, nos. 37, 39, 40 
and 43. Apr. 7,-May 21, 1911. 

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The history of public library work in Manila centers around the Amer- 
ican Circulating Library, which by *Act No. 1935 (see Bulletin No. 1) 
was included in the Circulating Division of the Philippine Library. From 
the establishment of the American Circulating Library early in 1900 by 
a private corporation known as the American Circulating Library Asso- 
ciation of Manila, several phases of growth are discernible. These are 
roughly as follows: March, 1900, to March 5, 1901, the period of private 
control; March 5, 1901 to 1905, the period of control by Government- 
appointed trustees; 1905 to June 30, 1910 (for various reasons the law 
enacted May 20, 1909, could not be fully enforced at the latter date), the 
period of control by the Bureau of Education ; since July 1, 1910, the period 
of control as a part of the Philippine Library. 

Its foundation was due chiefly to Mrs. Charles R. Greenleaf, and the 
object of the association in its establishment "was to create a source of 
instruction and profitable entertainment for all residents of Manila, whe- 
ther permanent or transient, or of whatever race or nationality, and to 
disseminate useful knowledge and literary diversion among those officers 
and men of the military and naval forces who are stationed throughout 
the Archipelago." Mrs. Nelly Young Egbert, so well known in the Phil- 
ippines and in Army circles in the United States, and with whom the 
library has been so intimately connected, was chosen librarian in 1900, 
a post filled by her until the acceptance of her resignation May 3, 1912. 
The growth of the library has been largely due to her care and devotion, 
and the work now being carried on is made possible in great measure 
because of her interest and enthusiasm in the pioneer period . of the 

The expenses of private control proving too heavy, the association 
transferred the library in trust to the military government and its suc- 
cessor the civil government. The latter definitely accepted the control 
by Act No. 96, enacted by the Philippine Commission on March 5, 1901. 
By the terms of the Act, the Government bound itself to maintain the 
objects of the foundation of the library. Accordingly, direct control was 
vested in a board of five trustees, two of whom were officers of the Army 
or Navy, and two of whom were Filipinos. Among other efficient trustees 
and disbursing officers might be mentioned Capt. Leon S. Rondiers, Major 
George P. Ahern, Mr. George Sellner, and Mr. Louis M. Lang. 

Early growth was rapid, and the records for June 30, 1904 show a 
total of 21,575 books, most of which had been donated through the influence 
of Mrs. Egbert and Mrs. Greenleaf. As years passed many of these books 
were removed from the active shelves and were used as long as possible 



for the traveling libraries that were sent to Army and Navy posts. The 
funds appropriated by the Government could not be used for the purchase 
of books, and the few new purchases were made from the small sums 
charged for the privilege of borrowing books, and from fines and money 

The library occupied rooms on Calle Rosario until May, 1904, at which 
time Major Ahern's influence procured a removal into better quarters in 
the Oriente Building which had been purchased by the Government. The 
library under his impulse continued to grow rapidly and the following 
year, by official act of the Philippine Commission, became a division of 
the Bureau of Education, and the library was accordingly removed into 
the building occupied by that Bureau. The growth of library work and 
the desirability of centralization of library effort were responsible for the 
Act creating the Philippine Library. Shortly after its total severance 
from the Bureau of Education the Philippine Library was removed to 
very inadequate quarters on Calle Cabildo, but its stay there was only 
temporary, for with the removal of the Army and Navy Club from the 
Insular Government building occupied by it into its own new building, 
the Philippine Library was at length given quarters more suited for the 
purposes of a library, and the building, formerly the Spanish engineers' 
building, was renamed the "Library Building." 

The Circulating Division (American Circulating Library) is now the 
general division of the library, and is growing rapidly in many directions, 
one being in orientalia; while the best new fiction, is, as far as possible, 
rendered accessible. The scientific cataloguing in the old library dates 
from 1905, and this work is constant. The memorial features of the old 
library are preserved, and there are now nine memorial collections, as 
follows : Egbert, Greenleaf, Guy Howard, Miley, Ward Cheney, California, 
Montana, Ohio, and Virginia. Many boxes of magazines and papers are 
sent annually to transports and garrisons, and a number of traveling 
libraries are constantly in commission. The influence of the division, is 
constantly widening and the library is one of the formative factors of 
Philippine life. 


The Philippine Library has a number of duplicate copies of various 
old Spanish Government publications (mainly relating to the Philippine 
Islands) to exchange or sell. These are for the most part unbound, and 
generally in good or fair condition. In exchange, Filipiniana is desired, 
but other material, especially orientalia, will be accepted. The number of 
duplicate copies varies from one to several hundreds. Some of the reports 
or documents are rarely found. Among them are the following: 

Balanza mercantil de las Islas Fill- ! Decreto de la administracion eco- 
pinas. 1861. nomica y contabilidad de ultramar. 

n ,.„ ..... A A • , Madrid, 1870. 

Cartilla higienica y de desinfec- ^ 
cion Manila 1888 ! Decretos sobre embargos y admi 

Castro y Casaliez : Memoria. Ma- 
drid, 1895. 

nistracion de bienes por rebelion e 
infidencia. Manila, 1896. 37 p. 

Elementos de practica forense, 
Madrid. 1843. 2 vols. 

Coleccion de autos acordados de la 

real audiencia chancilleria de Fill- Estadistica general del comercio 

pinas. Manila, 1861-66. Dups. of de cabotage. Madrid, 1863; id., 

vols. 2-5. i 1871; id., 1879; id., 1873-75. 



Estadistica general del comercio 
exterior de Porto Rico. For the 
years 1884, 1887, 1888, and 1890. 

lnstrucciones para la administra- 
cion, intervencion y cobranza de las 
Islas Filipinas. Madrid, 1894. 

Instruccion para la recaudacion y 
administraeion. Manila, 1864. 

Intervencion general de la admi- 
nistraeion del estado de Filipinas. 

N. d. 

Islas Filipinas. Real orden No. 
90 de 18 de Ene'ro de 1860. Manila, 

Islas Filipinas. Real orden No. 
191 de 20 de Febrero de 1861. Ma- 
nila, 1861. 

Islas Filipinas. Resumen de los 
presupuestos de gastos e ingresos. 
For the years 1864, 1865, 1866, 1868, 
and 1891. 

Legislacion ultramarina. Madrid. 
Vols. 1, 5-8; Madrid, 1866-68. 

Ministerio de ultramar. 

Instruccion aprobada por real j 
decreto. Madrid, 1895. I 

Plantillas que se acompanan a la 
real orden No. 188, 5 de Febrero, 
1861. Manila, 1861. 

Presupuestos de Cuba, Porto-Rico, i 
Filipinas, 1860. Madrid, 1861. j 

Presupuestos de los fondos locales 
de Filipinas. For the years, 1895, 

Presupuestos generales de ingre- 
sos y gastos de Cuba y Fernando 
Poo. Madrid, 1879. 

Presupuestos generales de ingre- 
sos y gastos del golfo de Guinea. 
Madrid, 1893. 

Presupuestos generales de gastos 
e ingresos de la isla de Cuba. Ma- 
drid, 1886. 

Presupuestos generales de ingre- 
sos y gastos de Puerto-Rico. For 
years 1874, 1877, 1879, 1885. 

Presupuestos generales de gastos 
e ingresos de las Islas Filipinas. 
For the years 1858, 1859, 1867, 
1868, 1879, 1883, 1884, 1885, 1886, 
i887, 1890, 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896. 

Presupuesto provincial de Fili- 
pinas. For 1890 and 1891. 

Real decreto reformando la legis- 
lacion irgente en las Islas Filipinas, 
1897. Madrid, 1897. 

Real orden. Num. 451 de 2, 6 
de Abril, 1863. Manila, 1863. 

Reglamento de medicos titulares 
y forenses de las Islas Filipinas. 
Manila, 1894. 


History, Economics, Political 
Science, etc. 

Reinsch, Paul Samuel : Intellectual 
and political currents in the Far 
East. Bost. Houghton, 1911. viii, 
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Contents. — Asiatic unity; energism in 
the Orient; intellectual leadership in con- 
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in the Chinese reform movement; the new 
education in China; a parliament for 
China; intellectual life in Japan; political 
parties and parliamentary government in 

Richards, Ellen Henrietta : Cost of 
food; a study in dietaries. N. Y., 

Wiley ; Lond., Chapman & Hall, 1910. 
vii, 107 p. 641R39 

Cost of living as modified 

by sanitary science. N. Y., Wiley; 
Lond., Chapman & Hall, 1910. ix, 
1, 154 p. 640R39 

Cost of shelter, N. Y., Wiley ; 

Lond. Chapman & Hall, 1911. vi, 
136 p. 643E39 

Riis, Jacob August: Battle with 
the slum. N. Y. and Lond., Mac- 
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Roosevelt, Theodore: New na- 
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Salley, Alexander Samuel ; ed. : 
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Scherger, George L. : Evolution of 
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Seligman, Edwin Robert Ander- 
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history, theory and practice of in- 
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N. Y., Macmillan, 1911. xi, 1 L, 
711 p. 336.2Se48i 

Skelton, Oscar Douglas: So- 
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Houghton, 1911. ix, 329 p. (Hart, 
Schaffner and Marx prize essays, No. 
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Smith, James Allen: The spirit 
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409 p. 342Sm61s 

A study of the constitution: its origin, 
influence, and relation to democracy. 

Sohm, Rudolph : The institutes : a 
textbook of the history and system 
of Roman private law. Tr. by James 
Crawford Ledlie. Oxford, Claren- 
don Press, Lond., N. Y., etc., Frowde, 
1907. xv, 606 p. 34&374So25 

Spanish explorers in the southern 
United States, 1528-1843. N. Y., 
Scribner, 1907 xvi, 1, 411 p. (In 
series "Original narratives of early 
American history.") 873,lSpl 

Sullivan, John James: American 
corporations ; the legal rules govern- 
ing corporate organization and man- 
agement. N. Y., Appleton, 1910. 
xiii, 455 p. 338.8Su53 

Stimson, Frederick Jesup: Pop- 
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origin, history, and present tenden- 
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Taussig, Frank William: Prin- 
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! Thomson, John Arthur: Darwin- 
I ism and human life. N. Y., Holt; 

Lond., Melrose, 1910. xii, 237 p. 

(The South African lectures for 
| 1909.) 575T382 

: Tyler, Lyon Gardiner, ed. : Nar- 
! ratives of early Virginia, 1606-1625. 
1 N. Y., Scribner, 1907. xv, 1, 478 p. 
i (In series "Original narratives of 
early American history".) 


Ward, Lester Frank: Pure .so- 
ciology. N. Y. and Lond., Mac- 
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A treatise on the origin and spon- 
taneous development of society. 

Wendell, Barrett: Privileged 

i classes. N. Y., Scribner, 1908. vi, 

1, 274 p. 370.4W482p 

Whithers, Hartley: Meaning of 

Money. N. Y., Dutton, 1911. xvi, 

; 307 p. 332W776 

Wilcox, Delos Franklin: Munie- 

I ipal franchises : a description of the 

I terms and conditions upon which 

; private corporations enjoy special 

! privileges in the streets of American 

! cities. N. Y., Engineering News, 

i 1911. 2 vols. 352W643m 

| Vol. I.— Introductory; pipe and wire 
I franchises. 

Vol. II. — Transportation franchises, 
| taxation and control of public utilities. 


Bacon, Edwin Monroe: Boy's 
| Drake : story of the great sea fighter 
1 of the sixteenth century. N. Y., 
Scribner, 1910. x, 506 p. 


Baldwin, James: Abraham Lin- 
coln, a true life. N. Y., Amer. Bk. 
Co., cl904. 288 p. 9211638b 

Blennerhassett, Charlotte Julia 
(von Ley den) Lady: Louis XIV 
and Mme. de Maintenon. N. Y., 
Scribner, 1911. xxiii p., 1 1, 323 p. 


Braun, Frederich Augustus : Mar- 
garet Fuller and Goethe. N. Y., 
Holt, 1910. vii, 2 1., 271 p. 




Bruce, Henry Addington Bayley: 
Daniel Boone and the wilderness 
road. N. Y., Macmillan, 1911. xiii, 
(1), 349 p. 921B6444b 

Cattel, James McKeen, ed. : Amer- 
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directory. Ed. 2. N. Y., Science 
Press, 1910. vii, 596 p. H920C295a 

Dumas, Alexandre, pere : Crimes 
of Ali Pacha and others. Lond., 
Methuen, (1908). xiii, (1), 427 p. 


Crimes of the Borgias, and 

others. Ed. 2. Lond., Methuen, 
(1911). xii p, 2 1., 428 p. 


Crimes of the Marquise de 

Brenvilliers, and others. Lond., 
Methuen, (1908). ix, (1), 452 p. 


Crimes of Urbain Grandier, 

and others. Lond., Methuen, (1907). j 
xii, (1), 472 p. 923.41G763 j 

My Memoirs; tr. by E. M. j 

Waller; with an introduction by 
Andrew T Lang. Lond., Methuen, 
(1907). 6 vols. 928.43D891am j 

Emerson, Ralph Waldo : Journals, ! 
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and W. E. Forbes. Bost., Hough- ; 
ton, 1910. 4 vols. 921Em34aj j 

Funston, PYederick: Memories of j 
two w r ars: Cuban and Philippine j 
experiences. N. Y., Scribner, 1911. | 
xv p., 1 1., 451 p. 921F965am 

Gheusi, Pierre B. : Gambetta : life 
and letters. Tr. by V. M. Montagu. 
N. Y., Appleton, 1910. 365 p. 


Hamilton, Allan McLane: Inti- 
mate life of Alexander Hamilton. 
N. Y., Scribner, 1911. xii, (1), 
483 p. 921H18h 

Hearn, Laf cadio : Japanese letters 
of Lafcadio Hearn. Ed. by E. Bis- j 
land. Bost., Houghton, 1910. Ix, ! 

468 p. 921H3514al 


Howells, William Dean : My Mark j 
Twain: reminiscences and criti- ! 

cisms. N. Y. and Lond., Harper, 
1910. 921C591h 

Ingram, John H. : True Chatter- 
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Unwin, n. d. 344 p. 921C3928i 

Johnson, William Henry : World's 
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ages by brave navigators during a 
thousand years. Bost., Little, cl910. 
xx p., 2 1., 416 p. 910J639 

Matthews, James Brander: Mo- 
Here, his life and works. N. Y., 
Scribner, 1910. x, (1), 385 p. 


Modjeska, Helena: Memories and 
impressions of Helena Modjeska: an 
autobiography. N. Y., Macmillan, 
1910. ix, (l),571p. 921M7216 

Monypenny, William Fiavelle : 
Life of Benjamin Disraeli. N. Y., 
Macmillan, 1911. ix, 401 p. 


Morris, J. : Makers of Japan. 
Lond., Methuen, 1906. xix p., 1 1., 
330 p. 920M8326 

Paullin, Charles Oscar: Commo- 
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Clark, 1910. 434 p. 921R616p 

Petre, Francis Loraine: Simon 
Bolivar, "El Libertador." Lond., 
and N. Y., Lane, 1910. xv, 459 p. 


Piatt, Thomas Collier: Autobio- 
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(1), 556 p. 921P6976 

Smith, Goldwin : Reminiscences ; 
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Macmillan, 1911. xv, (1), 477 p. 


Stephens, Alexander Hamilton : 
Recollections: his diary kept when 
a prisoner at Fort Warren, Boston 
Harbour, 1865. N. Y., Doubleday, 
1910. xiii, (1), 572 p. 921St44ar 

Trowbridge, William Rutherford 
Hayes: Cagliostro: the splendour 
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N. Y., Dutton, 1910. xv, (1), 312 
p. 921C1178t 



Trowbridge, William Rutherford | 
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Contents. — Duchesse de Chateauroux, 
1717-44; Ehrengard Melusina von der 
Schulenburg, Duchess of Kendal, 1667- 
1743; Catherine II, empress of Russia. 
1729-96; Elizabeth Chudleigh, Duchess of 
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1756-91; Duchesse de Polignac, 1749-93; 
Lola Montez, 1818-61; Sources. 

Villard, Oswald Garrison: John 
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Wilde, Oscar: Life: with critical 
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(Uniform ed. with works.) 


Religious, educational, etc. 

Ball, Sir Robert Stawell : Earth's 
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1909. xvi, 384 p. 523B21e 

Star-land. Lond., N. Y., 

Cassell, 1908. viii, 388 p. 523B21s 

Talks with young people about the 
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Beitzel, A. J. : Advanced word- 
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Spelling-book designed for use in gram- 
mar and high schools, grades, academies, 
and normal schools; containing systematic 
and progressive exercises in word-build- 
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Brown, Goold: Institutes of Eng- 
lish grammar, methodically ar- 
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Designed for the use of schools, acad- 
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Browne, Gordon Parker : Essence 
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Buehler, Huber Gray: Modern 
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Buckham, John Wright: Per- 
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Bost, Pilgrim Press, 1909. xvi, 263 
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Dunham, William Russell : Science 
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of vital force. Bost., Badger, 1910. 
189 p. 570D92 

Dunton, Larkin: Normal course 
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Edghill, Ernest Arthur : Spirit of 
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Fernald, James Champlin: Work- 
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Designed to give in simple statement the 
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Fewsmith, William; and Singer, 
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Gibbs, David: Advanced English 
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Gordon, George Angier: Religion 
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Guilford, A. B.; and Lovell, 
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Harper, William Rainey ; and Bur- 
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Hill, Adams Sherman: Our Eng- 
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Hyde, Mary Frances: Practical 
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Kerl, Simon : Common school 
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Mathews, William : Words ; their 
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McGuffey, William Holmes: Ec- 
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Newson, Sydney, C. ; and Newson, 
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Plain English. Cleveland, Prac- 
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Practical work on the English language 
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Podmore, Frank: Newer spirit- 
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Raub, Albert N. : Normal speller, 
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Embracing a systematic classification 
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Rice, Joseph Mayer: Rational 
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Consists of words in columns and sen- 
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Tarbell, Horace Sumner : TarbelPs 
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Welsh, Judson Perry: Practical 
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| Whitney, William Dwight : Essen- 
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| Alger, Horatio, jr.: Adrift in 

! New York; or, Tom and Florence 

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! n. d. -f A135a 

! Grimshaw, Beatrice Ethel: When 
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i Harrison, Mrs. Mary St. Leger 
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I galleon. N. Y., Doran cl910. 


Locke, William John: The glory 
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Obenchain, Eliza Caroline (Cal- 
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Packard, Frank Lucius: On the 
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Page, Gertrude: Winding paths. 
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Pemberton, Max: Swords reluc- 
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Published in London under the title 
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Peple, Edward Henry: Littlest 
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Perrin, Alice Robinson (Mrs. 
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Phelps, Elizabeth Stuart: Com- 
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Potter, David : I fasten a bracelet. 
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Robinson, Harry Perry: Essence 
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Rohlfs, Mrs. Katharine (Green) : 
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Savallo, Doiia Teresa de: The 
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Sedgwick, Anne Douglas (Mrs. 
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Tante. Century, 1912. 


Sharber, Kate Trimble: At the 
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Sharts, Joseph: Vintage. Duf- 
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Sheehan, Rev. Patrick Augustine : 
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Sheets, Mrs. Emily Churchill 
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Sherman, Charles: He comes up 
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Shute, Henry A. : Country lawyer. 
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Smith, Mrs. Elizabeth Thomasina 
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The rebel of the school. 

N. Y., Hurst, n. d. +Sm55r 

Smith, Horace : Captain Unafraid. 
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Spofford, Mrs. Harriet Elizabeth 
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Harper, 1911. Sp63m 

Stacpoole, Henry de Vere : Patsy. 
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Stuyvesant, Alice: Vanity box. 
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Taylor, Mary Imlay; and Sabine, 
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Troop, Mrs. Edna Willa (Sul- 
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Tuttle, Margaretta: His wordly 
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Van Saanen, Marie Louise: Blind 
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Van Vorst, Marie: Broken bell. 
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Walk, Charles Edmonds: Silver 
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Yellow circle. Burt, 1909. 


Webster, Jean : Just Patty. N. Y., 
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Wells, Carolyn : Chain of evidence. 
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Gold bag. Phila., Lond., Lip- 
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Patty at home. N. Y., Dodd, 

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Patty in Paris. N. Y., Dodd, 

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Patty in the city. N. Y., 

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Patty's friends. N. Y., 

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Wells, Carolyn: Patty's motor 
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Patty's pleasure trip. N. 

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Patty's success. N. Y., 

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Patty's summer days. N. 

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Wells, Morris Benjamin : Five gal- 
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Wharton, Mrs. Edith Newbold 
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White, Grace Miller: From the 
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White, Grace Miller: When trag- 
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Whitlock, Brand : Fall Guy. Mer- 
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Wister, Owen: Padre Ignacio, or, 
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Woodrow, Mrs. Nancy Mann 
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Wyllarde, Dolf (pseud.) : The 
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Wynne, May: For Charles the 
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Dos cartas interesantes del 

Dr. Rizal. In "La Independencia," 
Jan., 1899. 

Dos obras notables. Album 

de tipos filipinos, Luzon Norte, por 
A. B. Meyer. In "La Solidaridad," 
Barcelona, Dec. 31, 1892. 

El "Noli me tangere" de 

Rizal juzgado por el Profesor.... 
Barcelona, Imprenta Iberica de 
Francisco Torras. 1889. p. 38. 
21.5 cm. 

Esbozos y pinceladas. Con- 

sideraciones sobre el libro de Quio- 



quiap. In "La Solidaridad," Barce- 
lona, nos. 49 and 50, Feb. 15 and 28, 

Las confesiones y las inexac- 

titudes del M. R. P. Fr. Jose Rodri- • 
guez, 0. S. A. In "La Solidaridad," \ 
Barcelona, Aug. 31, 1889, p. 156. 

Lo que escribieron los ex- 

tranjeros sobre Filipinas. Apuntes j 
bibliograficos. In "La Solidaridad/' ! 
Barcelona, nos. 100, 101, 103, 105- ! 
107, 109, Mar.-Aug., 1893. 

Neuere Werke liber die Phil- j 

ippinen. [Wien, 1895]. In "Kai- 
serliche-konigliche geographische I 
Gesellschaft in Wien," 38, pp. 228- j 
248. (This was also printed as a 
separate. ) I 

Vocabular einzelner Aus- j 

driicke und Redensarten, welche dem ! 

Spanischen der philippinischen In- j 

seln eigenthumlich sind. Mit einem j 

Anhange: Biblioteca philippina. j 

Alphabetisch geordnete Sammlung | 

einer Anzahl von Druckschriften I 

und Manuscripten linguistischen, ; 

geographischen, etnographischen, \ 

historischen und naturwissenschaft- ! 

lichen Inhaltes, die auf die Philip- \ 

pinen Bezug haben. viii, 131, (1), I 

(6), 64 p. | 

Brief Biography of the Members 
of the honorary board of Filipino 
commissioners to the Louisiana 
Purchase Exposition. Wash., Gov- 
ernment Printing Office, 1904. 11 
p. 23 cm. 

Bureau of Science, Manila: Pub- 
lications. Manila, Bureau of Print- 
ing, 1911. (2), 8, (2), p. 23 cm. 

Calderon, Felipe G. : Rizal en la 
Historia de Filipinas. In "Revista \ 
Historical Manila, no. 2, June, I 

Wilhelm Tell. In "Enciclo- \ 

pedia Filipina," Manila, no. 3, April, 
1908, pp. 241-246. 

Calvo Marcos, Manuel: Catalogo 
de la Biblioteca . del Congreso de los 
Diputados. Madrid, Imprenta de 

los hijos de J. A. Garcia. 1889- 
93. 2 vols. 28.5 cm. 

Cano, Gaspar, O.S.A. : Catalogo 
de los religiosos de N.P.S. Agustin 
de la provincia del Smo. Nombre de 
Jesus de Filipinas desde su estable- 
cimiento en estas islas hasta nues- 
tros dias, con algunos datos biogra- 
ficos de los mismos. Manila, Rami- 
rez y Giraudier, 1864. 336 p. 20 

Caro y Mora, Juan: La Prensa 
Filipina. Madrid, 1898. In "La 
Politica de Espaha en Filipinas/ , 
vol. 8, pp. 69-71. 

Catalogo de la exposicion general 
de las Islas Filipinas celebrada en 
Madrid. Inaugurada por S. M. la 
Reina Regente el 30 de Junio de 
1887. Madrid, Ricardo Fe, 1887. 
viii, 732 p., 1 map. 21 cm. 

Catalogo de la seccion espanola en 
la exposicion universal de Paris de 
1889. Paris, 1889. Imprenta cen- 
tral de los Ferrocarriles. 256 p. 
17 cm. 

Catalogo de las cartas, pianos, 
vistas, libros, etc., pertenecientes a 
la Direccion de Hidrografia. Ma- 
drid, Calle de Alcala, num. 56, Junio 
de 1888. 112 p. 20.5 cm. 

Catalogo de los objetos presenta- 
dos en la exposicion regional de Fi- 
lipinas inaugurada en Manila el dia 
23 de Enero de 1895. Manila, Cho- 
fre, 1896. 542, 34 p. 22.5 cm. 

Catalogo general de la libreria 
"Manila Filatelica." Manila, Calle 
Soler, no. 453, Sta. Cruz, 1909. 96 
p. 18.5 cm. 

Catalogue of charts, sailing direc- 
tions, and tide tables of the Phil- 
ippine Islands. Published by the 
United States Coast and Geodetic 
Survey, Jan. 1, 1903. Manila, Bu- 
reau of Printing, 1903. 5 p. 22.5 

Same. 1905. 
Same. 1906. 
Same. 1910. 

17 p. 22.5 cm. 
17 p. 23 cm. 
54 p. 23 cm. 



^Catholic Encyclopedia. N.Y., R. 
Appleton, 1911. Vol. 12, p. 17. 

Coello, Francisco: Conflicto His- 
pano-Aleman. Discurso pronuncia- 
>do en la sesion ordinaria del 27 
de Agosto de 1885. In "Boletin de 
la Sociedad Geografica de Madrid/' 
Vol. 19 (Madrid, Fortanet, 1885), 
pp. 220-263. 

Coso, Miguel : Memoria de la "Bi- 
blioteca Historica-filipina." Madrid, 
1897. In "La Politica de Espafia 
en Filipinas/' vol 2, pp. 566-569. 

Craig, Austin : Los errores de Re- 
tana, Critica de su libro "Vida y 
escritos del Dr. Jose Rizal." Ma- 
nila, Miranda y Castro, 1910. 29 
p. 17 cm. 

Cuenco, Jose M. : Cebu, In "The 
Filipino/' Sept., 1906. \ 

Cuesta, Hijos de J. : Catalogo de ! 
libros antiguos y curiosos, que se j 
hallan de venta en la libreria de 
hijos de D. J. Cuesta. Madrid, Ti- | 
pografia de los sucesores de Cuesta, i 
1892. j 

Department of Public Instruction. I 
Philippine Library. List of books, : 
branch library, Baguio season of 
1911. Manila, Bureau of Printing, 
1911. 49 p. 18 cm. 

Same. 1912. 64 p. 17.5 cm. 

Documentos importantes. In "La 
Independencia," Sept. 20, 1898. 

Documentos politicos para la his- 
toria de Filipinas. In "Enciclo- 
pedia Filipina," Manila, no. 3, and ; 
4, April and May, 1908. 

Separate pagination at end of each re- j 
view. Presented in both Spanish and j 
English. ! 

D. Sergio Osmefia en Cebu. In ' 
"Excelsior," Manila, No. 30, Mar. 
31, 1906. pp. 290, 291. j 

Dos poemas de D. Mariano Per- i 
fecto. Nota bibliografica (litera- ! 
tura panayana). In "La Ilustra- 
cion Filipina/' Manila, Dec. 14, 

Egbert, Nelly Young: List of j 
books in the American Circulating ; 

* In Periodical and 

Library of Manila. Manila, Bu- 
reau of Printing, 1907. 256 p. 
22.5 cm. 

El Gobernador Ide y la prensa. 
In "Excelsior," Dec. 15, 1905. 

El Hematosoario del paludismo de 
D. Antonio Luna y Novicio. Su 
estudio experimental. In "La Soli- 
daridad," Sept. 15, 1893. 

El Heraldo de la Revolucion. In 
La "Republica Filipina/' Oct. 6, 

El historiografo Dr. Robertson y 
nuestra Revista. In "Biblioteca 
Nacional Filipina/' Manila, no. 19, 
April, 1910. 

Elio, Vicente: Bibliografia fili- 
pina. Vida y escritos del Dr. Jose 
Rizal por el Sr. D. Wenceslao E. 
Retana. In "Enciclopedia Filipina/' 
Manila, vol. 1, no. 2, March, 1908, 
pp. 126-137. 

Bibliografia Rizalina. In 

"Cultura Filipina/' Manila, vol. 3, 
no. 2, June, 1911. 

Ensayo de un compendio de 

la vida y doctrina de Rizal. In 
"Cultura Filipina," Manila, vol. 4, 
no. 2, Feb., 1912. 

Filipinos ilustres y distin- 

guidos. Iconografia filipina. In 
"Cultura Filipina," no. 6, Sept., 

Elmer, Emma O. : Report of the 
acting librarian of the American 
Circulating Library. Manila, 1905. 
In "6th annual report of the Phil- 
ippine Commission, 1905," Wash., 
Government Printing Office, 1906, 
pt. 4, exhibit E. pp. 639-646. 

El P. Fernando Magaz de Cea. 
Agustino filipino. Barcelona, La 
Hormiga de Oro, 1892. 16 p. 19.5 

"El Renacimiento." In "Excel- 
sior," Nov. 30, 1905. 

El tercer centenario de la im- 
prenta. In "La Vanguardia," Ma- 
nila, June 17, 1911. 
Reference Division. 



^Encyclopaedia Britannica; New 
Werner ed. Akron, Werner, 1904, 
vol. 18, p. 753. 

*Encyclopsedia Britannica (Cam- 
bridge, England, University Press; 
N.Y. 35 W. 32nd St., 1911. 11th 
ed.) vol. 21, p. 400. 

En honor de Rizal. In "La In- 
dependencia," Nov. 4, 1898. 

Errores y deficiencias que se no- 
tan en la gramatica latina del P. 
Gainza. In "La Independeneia," 
Dec. 2, 1898. 

"Excelsior" ante la opinion. In 
"Excelsior" Manila, No. 2. 

Favis, Asterio : Biographical 
sketch of Dr. Jose Rizal. In "The 
Filipino," Wash., Jan., 1906. pp. 

Fernandez de Navarrete, Martin: 
Biblioteca maritima espanola. Ma- 
drid, Imprenta de la Viuda de Ca- 
lero, 1857. 2 vols. 24 cm. 

Fernando, Juan; and Fonseca, 
Joaquin: Historia de los PP. Domi- 
nicos en las Islas Filipinas y en sus 
misiones del Japon, China, Tung-kin 
y Formosa que comprende los suce- 
sos principales de la historia general 
de este archipielago, desde el descu- 
brimiento y conquista de estas islas 
por las flotas espaiiolas, hasta el ano 
de 1840. Madrid, M. Rivadeneyra, 
1870-72. 6 vols. 

Ferreiro, M.: Nota bibliografica. 
In "Boletin de la Sociedad Geogra- 
fica de Madrid," vol. 22 (Madrid, 
Fortanet, 1867), pp. 368-369. 

Filipiniana. A history of the 
Philippines, by David P. Barrows. 
In "The Filipino," March, 1906, pp. 

24, 25. 

Filipiniana. Civil government in 
the Philippines, by Dudley O. Mc- 
Govnev. In "The Filipino," May, 
1906, pp. 19, 20. 

*Fletcher, William I.: Index to 
general literature. Bost., A. L. A. 
Pub. Board, 1905. 

*Fletcher, William I.; and Bow- 
ker, R. R. : Annual literary annual, 
1901, N. Y., Office of the Publishers' 
Weekly, 1902 ; 1902, id, 1903 ; 1903, 
id,, 1904. 

* Fletcher, William I. ; and Poole, 
Franklin O. : Poole's index to 
periodical literature (1892-96). 
Third supplement. Bost,, Hough- 
ton, 1897. 

*Fletcher, William L; and Poole, 
Mary: Poole's index to periodical 
literature (1815-99) ; abridged ed., 
Bost, Houghton, 1901; id, (1897- 
1902), fourth supplement, id, 1903; 
fifth suppl., id, 1908. 

^Fletcher, William I. ; and others, 
eds. : Annual library index, 1910. 
N. Y., Office of the Publishers' 
Weekly, 1911. 

Fojas y Area, Alejandro: Ang ba- 
gong babae. Album biografico de 
Filipinas ilustres. Maynila, Im- 
prenta "Tagumpay," 1909. 32 p. 
20.5 cm. 

Folleto interesante. Relaciones 
existentes entre americanos y filipi- 
nos desde la declaration de la guerra 
entre Espaha y los Estados Unidos 
hasta la ocupacion de la plaza de 
Manila por las fuerzas Americanas 
y de algunos sucesos desarrollados 
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Folletos filipinos. In "La Solida- 
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Foradada, Francisco : Un libro no- 
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litica de Espana en Filipinas," vol. 
8, pp. 36, 37. 

*Fortescue, G. K. : Subject index 
of the modern works added to the 
Library of the British Museum in 
the years 1881-1900. London, 1903. 
Vol. 3, pp. 187-190 (Lond., 1903) ; 
id, 1901-05, id, 1906, pp. 878, 879 ; 
1906-10, id., 1911, pp. 979, 980. 

Francia y Ponce de Leon, Benito ; 
and Gozalez Parrado, Julian: Noti- 

Tn Periodical and Reference Division. 



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cumentos y un mapa (Habana. 
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teria, 1898) , vol 2, pp. 181-327. 

Frutos de la lectura. Lo que di- 
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Barcelona, nos. 24, 33-35, 37, 39, i 
44-47, 56, 59, 63, 66, 68, 91, 95, 97, I 
104, 107, 108, 112, 124, and 128, 
Feb. 1, 1890-May 31, 1894. 

Gallardo, Bartolome Jose : Ensayo ; : 
de una biblioteca espafiola de libros 
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26.5 cm. 

Garcia Rico, E. ; Boletin biblio- | 
gr&fico de algunas obras antiguas y j 
modernas, raras 6 curiosas. Ma- 
drid, 1908-1911. 

This contains many Philippine titles. 

Gayangos, Pascual de: Catalogue j 
of the manuscripts in the Spanish j 
language in the British Museum . . . j 
London, Printed by order of the 
trustees, 1875-93. 4 vols. 25.5 cm. 

Gomez Platero, Eusebio, 0. S. F. : 
Catalogo biografico de los religiosos 
franciscanos de la provincia de San 
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nila, Sto. Tomas, 1880. 813, lx p. ; 
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Gonzalez de Barcia, Andres : Epi- 
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cidental, nautica, y geografica, en \ 
que se contienen los escritores de las : 
Indias orientales y occidentals, y 
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otras partes. Madrid, Francisco i 
Martinez Abad, 1737-38. 3 vols. ! 
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Gonzalez Liquete, Leoncio. En 
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tigacion historica basado en docu- j 
mentos oficiales ineditos acerca de | 
los sucesos de Kalamba. In "La j 
Vanguardia," Manila, June 7, 1911. 

Fastos de la colonizacion es- 
pafiola en Filipinas. In "Cultura 
Filipina," Manila, no. 4, July, 1911. 

Gonzalez Paramos, Jose : ^puntes 
para la histbtfiar de la imprenta en 
Iloilo. In "Cultura Filipina/' Ma- 
nila, no. 3, June, 1911. 

Apuntes sobre la primera 

imprenta y el primer periodico en 
Iloilo. In "Cultura Filipina/' no. 3, 
June, 1910. 

Apuntes para la historia de 

la Imprenta en Iloilo (1875-1911). 
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19.5 cm. 

Govantes, Felipe M. de: Flora Fi- 
lipina. In Appendice no. 27. p. 
clxxvii of "Compendio de la historia 
de Filipinas/' Manila, Sto. Tomas, 
1877. 534, cxcviii p. 20 cm. 

Griffin, A. P. C. : List of books 
(with references to periodicals) on 
the Philippine Islands in the Library 
of Congress . . . With chronological 
list of maps in the Library of 
Congress by P. Lee Phillips. Wash., 
Government Printing Office, 1903, 
xv, 397 pp. 26 cm. 

See above "Bibliography of the Philip- 
pine Islands." 

List of Books (with refer- 

ences to periodicals) relating to the 
theory of colonization, government 
of dependencies, protectorates, and 
related topics. Wash., Government 
Printing Office, 1900. vi, 131 p. 
23.5 cm. 

List of works relating to the 

American occupation of the Phil- 
ippine Islands, 1898-1903. Wash., 
Government Printing Office, 1905. 
100 p. 25.5 cm. 

Reprinted from list of books (see above 
with additions to 1905). 

*Griffin, Grace Gardner: Writ- 
ings on American history. 1906, 
N. Y., Macmillan, 1908; 1907, id, 
1909; 1908, id, 1910. 

*Guthrie, Anna Lorraine: Read- 
ers' guide to periodical literature. 
Vol. 1, 1900-1904; vol. 2, 1905-1909. 
Minneapolis, Wilson, 1905, and 1910. 

* In Periodical and Reference Division. 

The Government of the Philippine Islands 

Department of Public Instruction 

Philippine Library 

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Dean C. Worcester, Secretary of the Interior 

Gregorio Araneta, Secretary of Finance and Justice 
Appointive : 

Grant T. Trent, Justice of the Supreme Court 

Lawrence E. Griffin, Associate Professor of Zoology, and Dean, 
College of Liberal Arts, University of the Philippines 
Secretary : 

McQueen S. Wightman. 


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Vol. I NOVEMBER, 1912 No. 3 


During the Spanish regime, a beginning was made toward the for- 
mation of a Filipiniana Collection by the government institution, Museo- 
Biblioteca de Filipinas. Unfortunately, this collection (although small, 
yet numbering some titles of value) was neglected during the earlier 
years of American occupation, and was finally only partially saved from 
utter loss through the care of the director of education, who heard of 
its existence. 

The first action of the American government looking toward the 
collection and conservation of material relating to the history of the Philip- 
pines (outside of the government archives) , was the enactment on March 
17, 1903, of Act No. 688. In accordance with the terms of that act, the 
Filipino scholar, Jose Clemente Zulueta, was appointed collecting librarian 
with duties "under the supervision and direction of the Civil Governor, 
to visit the countries of Europe, Mexico, and elsewhere for the purpose 
of purchasing books and manuscripts relating to the history of the Philip- 
pine Islands, making historical researches into said history, procuring 
copies of official documents relating thereto, with the view to the founda- 
tion in Manila, of a public historical library upon the subject of the 
Philippine Islands." Before his sudden death in 1904, Mr. Zulueta was 
able to collect numerous copies of MSS. from Spanish and other European 
archives, and to purchase some books. After his death, Sr. Manuel 
Ballesteros, of the Archivo General de Indias, at Seville, was commis- 
sioned to procure copies of other MSS. in that institution, but this work 
was soon discontinued. All the material collected was stored in the 
offices of the Executive Bureau in Manila. 

In 1906, the American Circulating Library became a division of the 
Bureau of Education. One of the early acts of the director of that bureau, 
who was greatly interested in the conservation of Filipiniana, was the 
creation of a Filipiniana section in the above library. In this separate 
section (inadequately housed) were placed those books of the old Museo- 
Biblioteca de Filipinas that were recovered, and a few others. This was 
the nucleus of the present Filipiniana Division of the Philippine Library. 



Tn November, 1907, a proposed bill for the establishment of a Philip- 
pine Public Library, was introduced into the first session of the Philip- 
pine Assembly by delegates Paterno and Arejola. After full consideration 
by both Commission and Assembly, the bill, with various amendments, 
was finally enacted into law (Act No. 1849) on June 3, 1908. Section 2 
of this law, declares : 

"A committee of three, to be known as "The Philippine Public Lib- 
rary Committee," shall be appointed by the Governor-General and the 
Speaker of the Assembly, and shall collect, select for purchase, and 
purchase, out of the funds appropriated by this Act, such books, papers, 
documents and periodicals relating to the Philippines and to the history 
thereof, and such other books, papers, documents, and periodicals, as to 
said committee may seem proper for the establishment and the uses and 
purposes of the Philippine Public Library. It shall be the duty of said 
committee to make a careful investigation of all books, papers, documents, 
and periodicals now in the hands of the Government relating to the 
Philippines and to the history thereof, and to make due report of its 
investigations to the Governor-General, who, upon the recommendation 
of said committee, may direct the transfer of all said books, papers, 
documents, and periodicals not required for official purposes to the Philip- 
pine Public Library upon the appointment of the librarian provided for 
by this Act." 

However, this admirable act was never carried out, for in May 1909, 
all the government libraries and collections in Manila were consolidated 
into one library (see Bulletin No. 1), for the sake of better economy 
and administration ; and by virtue of this new act, the Filipiniana section 
of the American Circulating Library became the Filipiniana Division of 
the Philippine Library. On July 1, 1910 the division entered upon its 
real existence. After removal from the Bureau of Education Building 
to the inadequate quarters on Calle Cabildo, two small rooms were assigned 
for the housing and administration of its books. Yet, despite the cramped 
space, the work of the division expanded almost immediately. With 
removal into the present library building, where large airy rooms were 
assigned it, the division assumed its proper place in the economy of the 
library, and its growth has been rapid. 

The first expansion to its books came through the purchase of the 
collection of James A. LeRoy, the well-known scholar of Philippine history 
and conditions. Following this, the books conserved in the Executive 
Bureau, about 700 in number, were transferred to the shelves of the 
division; and the copies of manuscripts obtained by Zulueta were trans- 
ferred as well. But the greatest expansion came with the purchases 
of the rich and renowned collection of Jose Clemente Zulueta and Dr. 
T. H. Pardo de Tavera (the latter of which was made possible by special 
transfer of funds by the Governor-General). These accessions, while not 
making the Filipiniana collection complete, do make it the richest in 



The division is most notable, perhaps, through its possession of the 
original MS. of Dr. Jose RizaFs Noli me tangere (which was bought by 
special appropriation of the Philippine Legislature), and that of his 
"Ultimo Adios." Fitting also is the housing here of all that is left of 
RizaFs private library — over nine hundred titles. 

Interest in the division is increasing daily. The students of the 
University of the Philippines are perhaps its most constant visitors, 
but many others both Filipinos and Americans resort thither for inves- 
tigation. The history of the Philippine Islands may now be studied here 
in its entirety. 


Abella y Casariego, Enrique: El 
Mayon 6 volcan de Albay (Filipi- 
nas). Publicado de real orden. 
Madrid, Tello, 1885. 23 p. 25.5 

- El Monte Maquiling (Filipi- 

y sus actuales emanaciones 

Publicado de real or- 

28 p. 



den. Madrid, Tello, 1885. 

24 cm. 

Emanaciones volcanicas su- 

bordinadas al Malinao (Filipinas). 
Publicado de real orden. Madrid, 
Tello, 1885. 14 p. 24.5 cm. 

L a i s ] a d e Biliran (Filipi- 
nas) y sus azuf rales. Publicado de 
real orden. Madrid, Tello, 1885. 
15 cm. 

Rapida descripcion fisica, 

geologica y minera de la Isla de Cebii 
(Archipielago Filipino) . Publicada 
de real orden. Madrid, Tello, 1886. 
187 p. 26.5 cm. 

Terremotos de Nueva Viz- 

caya (Filipinas) en 1881. Informe 
acerca de ellos, seguido de unos 
apuntes f isicos y geologicos tornados 
en el viaje de Manila a dicha pro- 
vincia. Madrid, Tello, 1884. 31 p. 
23.5 cm. 

Acta sobre proclamacion de la in- 
dependencia de Filpinas. Racoor, 6 
de Agosto de 1898. 6 p. 26 cm. 

Ahem, George P. : Annual Report 
of the Philippine Islands, Manila, 
Bureau of Printing, 1910. 25 p. 
23 cm. 

Alcazar, Jose de: Historia de los 
dominios espanoles en Oceania. Fi- 
lipinas. Manila, Atayde y Comp., 
1895. 207 p. 18 cm. 

Algue, Jose, S. J.: Baguios 6 ci- 
clones filipinos. Estudio teorico- 
practico. Manila, Imprenta privada 
del observatorio, 1897. 307 p. 26.5 

El Baro-ciclono-metro. Ma- 

nila, Imprenta privada del observa- 
torio, 1897. 66 p. 25.5 cm. 

The climate of the Philip- 
pines. Govt. Ptg. Office, 1904. 103 
p. 23 cm. 

Algunos documentos relativos a la 
Universidad de Manila. Madrid, 
Manuel Minuesa de los Rios, Impre- 
sor, 1892. 37 p. 19.5 cm. 

Alonzo Fernandez, Manuel : Dis- 
curso leido en la Real y Pbntificia 
Universidad de Santo Tomas de Ma- 
nila en la solemne inauguraeion del 
curso Academico de 1892 a 1893, 
Manila, Sto. Tomas, 1892. 116, lx. 
p. 30.5 cm. 

Alvarez Cienfuegos, Jose: Dis- 
curso leido en la apertura anual de 
los estudios de la Real y Pontificia 
Universidad de Santo Tomas de 
Manila el dia 2 de Julio de 1883. 
Manila, Sto. Tomas, 1883. 91 p. 
29 cm. 

Arana, Camilo de: Derrotero del 
Archipielago Filipino. Madrid, 
Imp. de los Sres. Rojas, 1879. xxxvi, 



1233 p. with "Carta Indice del Ar- 
chipielago Filipino". 22.5 cm. 

Artacho, Isabelo : Declaracion. 
carta y proclama. Hongkong, 1899. 
28 p. * 15.5 cm. 

Artigas, Manuel: Apendice al 
Manual del Empleado. Manila, 
Atayde y Camp., 1893. 365 p. 21 

Manual del Empleado. Com- 

pilacion de las disposiciones vigentes 
que afectan al personal de los dis- 
tintos ramos de la Administration 
de Ultramar. Manila, "El Eco de 
Filipinas," 1891. 675 p. 21 cm. 

Balaguer, Victor: Islas Filipinas. 
(Memoria) Madrid, Angeles, 1895. 
80 p. 19 cm. 

Barrantes, Vicente: Apuntes in- 
teresantes sobre las Islas Filipinas 
que pueden ser utiles para hacer las 
reformas convenientes y productivas 
para el pais y para la nacion. Ma- 
drid, Imp. de El Pueblo, 1869. 281 
p. 19 cm. 

El Teatro Tagalo. Madrid, 

Gines Hernandez, 1890. 199 p. 23 

Guerras piraticas de Filipi- 
nas contra mindanaos y joloanos. 
Madrid, Hernandez, 1878. 448 p. 
21 cm. 

La instruccion primaria en 

Filipinas. Madrid, "La Iberia", 
1869. 174 p. 15 cm. 

Bernaldez, Emilio: Resefia histo- 
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our future Philippine literature. In 
"The College Folio", Manila, Dec. 

Kalderon, (Calderon, q. v.), S. G.: 
Pagka manumila fig Tagarito. In 
"Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, no. 
40, April 28, 1911. 

Kern, H. : Een Spaansch schrijver 
over den godsdienst der heidensche 
bikollers. Gravenhage 1897. In 
"Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en vol- 
kenkunde van Nederlandsch-Indie", 
vol. 47, pp. 224-238. 

Eene bijdrage tot de Kennis 

van 't onde Philippijnsche letter- 
schrift. In "Bijdragen tot de taal-, 
land- en volkenkunde van Neder- 
landsch-Indie", 1884, pp. 1-17. 

* In Periodical and 

Eene uitgave van bescheiden 

betrekkelijk de Filippijnen. ^"Bij- 
dragen tot de taal-, land- en volken- 
kunde van Nederlansch-Indie, vol. 
47. pp. 143-146. 

El Diccionario Hispano-Ta- 

galog de D. Pedro Serrano Laktaw. 
In "La Solidaridad", Madrid, No. 
68, Nov. 30, 1891. 

Spaansche bescheiden aan- 

gaan de Filippijnen. Gravenhage, 
1896. In "Bijdragen tot de taal-, 
land- en volkenkunde van Neder- 
landsch-Indie", vol. 46, pp. 720-726. 

L, Ang: Sa mga nagdaan pana- 
hon. Ang mga limbagan lalong ma- 
tanda. In "Renacimiento Filipino", 
Manila, no. 47, July 21, 1911. 

La dramatica tagala. Sr. D. Se- 
verino Reyes. In "Excelsior", Ma- 
nila, Dec. 31, 1905. 

La emancipacion de las colonias. 
In "La Independencia", Malabon, 

La fiesta de la Imprenta. In "La 
Vanguardia", June 17, 1911. 

La liter at ur a en el Japon. In "La 
Independencia", Mar. 3, 1899. 

Lakan-Diwa: Si Dr. Sun Yat Sen. 
In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, 
nos. 78, 88, 92. 

* Larned, J. N. ed. : History for 
ready reference, (Springfield, Ni- 
chols, 1910), vol. 7, pp. 492-498. 

* Literature of American his- 
tory. Bost., Houghton, 1902. 

Laurie, R. H. : Catalogue of charts 
and nautical works. London Prtd. 
by R. H. Laurie. 47 p. 20.5 cm. 

Leclere, Charles : Bibliotheca 
americana. Catalogue raisonne 
d'une tres precieuse collection de 
livres anciens et modernes sur 
PAmerique et les Philippines classes 
par ordre alphabetique de noms d' 
auteurs. Paris, Maisonneuve, 1867. 
vii, 737 p. 1 1. 23.5 cm. 

Leon, Walfrido de: The passion 
and the passion play in the Philip- 
Reference Division. 



pines. In "The College Folio", Dee., 
1910, pp. 55-64. 

LeRoy, James A. : The Philippines, 
1860-1898; some comment and bi- 
bliographical notes. In "The Phil- 
ippine Islands", Blair and Robertson 
(q. v. ante), vol 52, pp. 112-207. 

Lete, Eduardo de : (Letter regard- 
ing Rizal document which he pos- 
sesses; and correcting errors made 
by Ponce in "El Renacimiento". 
Zaragoza, Aug., 1906. In "El Rena- 
cimiento", Sept. 22, 1906. 

-~ — Notas para la bibliografia 
nacional. In "El Renacimiento", 
June 28, 1907. 

Library of Congress. Division of 
documents. Monthly list of state 
publications. March, 1910. Wash., 
Govt. Printing Office, 1910. 99 p. 
23.5 cm. See also, ante, Griffin, A. 
P. C, and post Pardo de Tavera. 

Libro util Manual de medicina y 
cirujia rural por D. Ramon Sanchez 
Mellado. In "La Espaha Oriental", 
Feb. 3, 1890. 

Libros que se hallan de venta en 
la Imprenta "Amigos del Pais", Pa- 
lacio 27. Manila. 

Libros recibidos. In "La Espaha 
Oriental", Manila, May 31, 1888, p. 

Liga Antipornografica de San 
Francisco Javier. Catalogo de la 
Biblioteca. Cuaderno 1.° Seccion 
Recreativa. Manila, Imp. de Santos 
y Bernal, 1907. 22.5 cm. 

Same. 2.° Seccion Recreati- 

va (continuacion) y Seccion reli- 
giosa. Manila, Imp. de "El Mer- 
cantile 1909. 10 p. 1 1. 21.5 cm. 

* List of books forming the ref- 
erence library in the Reading room 
of the British Museum. 4th ed. 
London. Printed for the trustees, 
1910. Vol. 2. p. 412. 

List of books in the American- 
Circulating Library at Baguio, Ma- 
nila, Bureau of Printing; 1910. 10 
p. 24 cm. 

List of publications of the Bureau 
of Fisheries available for distribu- 
tion. Wash., Govt. Printing Office, 
1910. 17 p. 1 1. 23 cm. 

Los periodicos bisayo-cebuanos y 
su ortografia. In "Renacimiento 
Filipino," Sept., 28, 1910. 

Luna, Antonio (pseud., "Taga- 
ilog") : Noli me tangere y El Fili- 
busterismo. Novelas de Rizal. In 
"La Solidaridad", Madrid, nos. 66, 
69, Oct 31 and Dec. 15, 1891. 

Llorens Asensio, Vicente; Cata- 
logo de los documentos referentes a 
Filipinas que se conservan en el Ar- 
chivo general de Indias. Sevilla, 
Rodriquez y Lopez, 1898. 72 p. 
22 cm. 

Llorens Asensio intended to publish a 
list of the titles of ail Philippine docu- 
ments in the Archives at Seville, to ac- 
company a history of the island which he 
was writing; namely "Historia general 
de Filipinas." Unfortunately, the enter- 
prise was allowed to die after several cua- 
dernos of both history and catalogue had 
been published. 

La primera vuelta al mun- 

do. Sevilla, Imp. de la "Quia Co- 
mercial", 1903. (Contains list of 
MSS. in the Archivo general de In- 
dias, Sevilla, touching the expedi- 
tion of Magellan). 

Maldonado Macanaz, Joaquin : 
Juicios acerca de la obra "Estadis- 
mo de las Islas Filipinas por Joa- 
quin Martinez de Zuhiga publicada 
por primera vez, extensamente ano- 
tado por W. E. Retana. Madrid, 
1894. In "La Politica de Espaha 
en Filipinas". Madrid, vol. 4, pp. 
97-99, 111, 112, 133-135, 152, 187, 
188, 200, 220, 232, 345. Mar. 29- 
Dec. 18, 1894. (This is wrongly 
ascribed to Retana in Robertson, 
Bibl., p. 91.) 

Marcel, Gabriel: La carte des 
Philippines du Pere Murillo Velar- 
de. Paris, Imp. Nationale, 1898. 27 
p. 25 cm. 

Marcellan de San Jose, Patricio: 
Rec. : Provincia de San Nicolas de 
Tolentino de Agustinos descalzos de 
la Congregacion de Espaha e Indias. 

* In Periodical and Reference Division. 



Manila, Imp. del Sto. Tomas, 1879. 
340, vi p. 22 cm. 

Marcilla y Martin, Cipriano, O. S. 
A.: Estudios de los antiguos alfa- 
betos filipinos. Malabon, Asilo de 
Huerfanos, 1895. (Contains charts 
of alphabets in facsimile.) 107 p., 

1 L, 29.5 cm. 

Marin y Morales, Valentin, O. P. : 
Ensayo de una sintesis de los traba- 
jos realizados por las corporaciones 
religiosas espaiioles de Filipinas. 
Manila, Imp. de Sto. Tomas, 1901. 

2 vols. (See last page of vol. 2, "En- 
sayo de un catalogo bibliografieo de 
escritores franeiscanos de Filipinas. 
Ensayo de una biblioteca de escri- 
tores religiosos de la provincia del 
Santisimo Rosario de Filipinas". 

Martinez Vigil, Ramon, O. P.; 
La escritura propia de los tagalos. 
In "Revista de Filipinas", Manila, 
Ramirez y Giraudier, vol. 2, p. 33. 

La Flora de Filipinas y el 

P. Blanco. In "El Oriente", Dec. 
19, 25, 1875, Jan. 2 and 9, 1876, 
pp. 5, 3-5, 2-3, 2-3. 

Same. In "Revista de Filipinas", 
Manila, Ramirez y Giraudier, 1876, 
vol. 1, p. 349. 

Martinez Vigil, Ramon, O. P. : La 
orden de predicadores. Sus glorias 
en santidad, apostolado, ciencias, 
artes y gobierno de los pueblos se- 
guidas del Ensayo de una biblioteca 
de dominicos espaiioles. Madrid, 
Imp. de Antonio Perez Dubrull, 
1884. (8), (430), (1) p. (See pp. 

Viajes de Jagor. Biblio- 

grafia. In "Revista de Filipinas", 
Manila, Imp. de Ramirez y Girau- 
dier, 1876. Vol. 1 p. 177. 

Medina, Jose Toribio: Bibliogra- 
fia espanola de las Islas Filipinas. 
(1523-1810) Santiago de Chile. 
Imp. Cervantes, 1898 (see colophon, 
p. 556). 556 p. 25 cm. 

Brevisimo epitome de la im- 

prenta en Manila (1593-1810). 
Madrid, Viuda de M. M. de los Rios, 
1896. 32 p. 17 cm. 

La imprenta en Manila. 

Epitome. In "La politica de Espa- 
ha en Filipinas", Madrid, Jan. 15, 
31 and Feb. 15, 1897, vol. 7. pp. 20- 
23, 47-49, 67-69. 

La imprenta en Manila des- 

de sus origenes hasta 1810. Santia- 
go de Chile, casa del autor, 1896. 
xcvi, 280 p., 12 pi. 28 cm. 

La imprenta en Manila des- 

de sus origenes hasta 1810. Adi- 
ciones y ampliaciones. Santiago de 
Chile, casa del autor, 1904. xi, 203. 
p. 11. 28 cm. 

Nota bibliografica sobre un 

libro impreso en Macao en 1590. 
Sevilla, Rasco, 1894. 15 p. 24 cm. 

Medrano, Antonio: Pedro A. Pa- 
terno. In "Cultura Filipina", Ma- 
nila, no. 12, Mar. 1911. 

Merrill, Elmer D. : Index to Phil- 
ippine Botanical Literature. Mani- 
la, Bureau of Printing. Reprint 
from "Philippine Journal of Sci- 
ence," vol. 2, nos. 3, 4, 6 ; vol. 3, no. 
2; vol. 4, no. 6, and vol. 5, no. 3, 
sect. C, Botany. 

Meyer, A. B. : Die Philippinischen 
Inseln betreffende Schriften. Dres- 
den, 1878. 4 1. 22.5 cm. 

Middleton, Thomas Cooke: Some 
notes on the Bibliography of the 
Philippines. Phila., Stern, 1900. 
58 p. Comprises Bull. no. 4 of Free 
Library of Philadelphia. 

Miranda, Claudio: En busca de 
ineditos de Rizal. In "Renacimien- 
to Filipino", Manila, no. 95, June, 

La primera imprenta y el 

tercer centenario de su fundacion. 
In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, 
nos. 47 and 63, June 21 and Oct. 
21, 1911. 

Nuestro balance. In "Re- 
nacimiento Filipino", Manila, no. 97. 
July 7, 1912. 

Un manuscrito anonimo. 

Imprentas establecidas en Manila y 
Provincias. In "Renacimiento Fi- 



lipino," Manila, nos. 93 and 99, Jim. 
7, and July 21, 1912. 

Montero y Vidal, Jose: Historia 
general de Filipinas. Madrid, Tello, 
1887-1895, 3 vols. (See footnotes.) 

Moreno, Francisco : Historia de la 
Santa Iglesia Metropolitana de Fili- 
pinas. Con las vidas de Arzobispos 
y varones insignes, extensiva a he- 
chos culminantes de la conquista y 
fundacion de varias instituciones en 
esta capital hasta 1650. Manila, 
Imp. de "El Oriente". 1877. 294 p. 
1 L 18.5 cm. 

Moya y Jimenez, Francisco Javier 
de : Las Islas Filipinas en 1882. 
Estudios historicos, geograficos, es- 
tadisticos y descriptivos. Madrid, 
Establ. tipografico de "El Correo", 
1883. vi, 362 p. 1 1. 21.5 cm. 

Murillo Velarde, Pedro, S. J. : 
Historia de la Provincia de Phili- 
pinas de la Compafiia de Jesus. Se- 
gunda parte que comprehende los 
progresos de esta Provincia, desde el 
ano 1616 hasta el de 1716. Manila, 
Imp. de la Compahia de Jesus, por 
D. Nicolas de la Cruz Bagay, 1749. 
(13), 419, (6) 1. 30 cm. 

Museo Biblioteca de Filipinas: 
Catalogo de las obras existentes en 
la biblioteca de este establecimiento 
en el dia 24 de Octubre de 1891, 
fecha de la inauguracion oficial del 
mismo. Manila, Chofre, 1892. 137 
p. 17.5 cm. 

Museo-Biblioteca de Ultramar en 
Madrid: Catalogo de la biblioteca. 
Madrid, Sucesora de M. M. de los 
Rios, 1900. ix p., 1 1., 350 p. 27.5 

Nava, Jose: La algarada kabi- 
tena del 72. In "Renacimiento Fi- 
lipino", Manila, no. 77, Feb. 7, 1912. 

Navarro, Maximina A. : Biogra- 
phy of Mr. Nicolas Arriate. In 
"College Folio", Oct. 1910, pp. 31- 

* New international encyclopae- 
dia. (N. Y., Dodd, 1906) /vol. 15, 
pp. 721, 722. 

Nijhoff, Martin (Bookseller) : 
Catalogues for various years. The 
Hague. (These contain many valu- 
able Philippine titles.) 

Nieva, Gregorio: Philippine As- 
sembly. Official directory first Phil- 
ippine legislature. Manila, Bureau 
of Printing, 1908. 92 p. 19.5 cm. 

Notas bibliograficas. In "La Es- 
pana Oriental", Aug. 1889. 

Notas bibliograficas. In "Revista 
Historica", Manila, 1905, nos. 7-9. 

Notas bibliograficas. Contra la 
colonizacion por Espaha, de las Islas 
Carolinas, por D. Julian del Pozo y 
Breso. Madrid, 1891. In "La Po- 
litica de Espana en Filipinas", vol. 
1, no. 2, Feb. 17, p. 24. 

Notas bibliograficas. Madrid, 
1894-96. In "La Politica de Es- 
pana en Filipinas", vols. 4-6, Mar. 
17, 1894.— June 15, 1896. 

Noticias historicas extraidas de 
los documentos existentes en el Ar- 
chivo de Indias. In "Revista His- 
torica, Manila, no. 11, Mar. 1906. 

Ocio, Hilario: Compendio de la 
Resena biografica de los religiosos 
de la provincia del Santisimo Rosa- 
rio de Filipinas desde su fundacion 
hasta nuestros dias. Manila. Sto. 
Tomas, 1895. 167 p. 21.5 cm. 

Resena biografico de los re- 
ligiosos de la provincia del Santi- 
simo Rosario de Filipinas desde su 
fundacion hasta nuestros dias. 
Parte primera. Comprende desde 
1587 a 1650. Madrid. Sto. Tomas. 
1891. 137, ixp. 25.5 cm. 

Opiniones de la prensa extran- 
gera en lo que concierne a Filipinas. 
In "La Republiea Filipina", Manda- 
layon, Oct. 21, 23, and 28, 1898. 

Opiniones de un extrangero. In 
"La Republiea Filipina", Mandala- 
yon, No. 29, 1898. 

Opiniones varias y contradicto- 
rias sobre la cuestion de las Fili- 
pinas. In "La Independencia", Ma- 
labon, Jan. 22, 1899. 

* In Periodical and Reference Division. 


Department of PuBfticHffTs^RlJGTioN 
Philippine Library 

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Volume I DECEMBER, 1912 Number 4 


Scientific Division (Library of the Bureau of Science) - 51 52 
Duplicates of Filipiniana Division offered for sale or 

exchange - 53 54 

Recent Accessions - 54 61 

List of works in the Filipiniana Division relating to the 

study of the bibliography of the philippine islands. 

Part IV - 61 64 






Ex officio: 

Newton W. Gilbert, Secretary of Public Instruction 

Dean C. Worcester, Secretary of the Interior 

Gregorio Araneta, Secretary of Finance and Justice 
Appointive : 

Grant T. Trent, Justice of the Supreme Court 

Lawrence E. Griffin, Associate Professor of Zoology, and Dean, 
College of Liberal Arts, University of the Philippines 
Secretary : 

McQueen S. Wightman. 


James A. Robertson, Librarian 

Syrena McKee, Chief Cataloguer 

Bessie A. Dwyer, Chief, Circulating Division (American Circulating 

Manuel Artigas y Cuerva, Curator, Filipiniana Division 





Vol. I DECEMBER, 1912 No. 4 



By Mary Polk, Librarian 

The original plan for a definite group of scientific bureaus of the 
Philippine Insular Government recognized the necessity of a strong centra] 
library, which was provided for as a part of the Bureau of Government 
Laboratories by Act No. 156, July 1, 1901. This bureau consisted of a 
chemical and a biological laboratory, the latter including pathology and 
medicine. Since that time the following lines of activity have been added 
by the bureau and the library has grown to meet the needs of the workers : 
serum manufacture, botanical, entomological, ornithological, ethnological, 
engineering, and photographic work, geology and mining, assaying, fish- 
eries and marine biology, standardization of weights and measures, a 
testing laboratory, and a food laboratory. In 1905 the name was changed 
to Bureau of Science. 

In October, 1904, the libraries of the Department of the Interior were 
combined into one general scientific library, of which the Bureau of Govern- 
ment Laboratories was made the custodian. It was hoped that other 
departments of the government would recognize the value of such an 
arrangement, and extend this organization to include all government 
libraries. This was done by Act No. 1935, May 20, 1909. 

With the organization of the University of the Philippines, scientific 
books to meet the needs of professors and students have been added, and 
in 1911 provision was made for ordering all such books for the various 
colleges, with the exception of the College of Agriculture located at Los 
Banos, Laguna province, through the library of the Bureau of Science. 

The scientific workers, medical men especially, of the U. S. Army 
and the U. S. Navy have used the library from its inauguration. Visitors 
interested in any branch of scientific research have ahvays been welcomed, 
and every effort made to supply their wants. The list of such visitors is 
neither short nor uninteresting. 

This brief historical sketch shows that from the beginning this has been 
a working library, growing as the needs of the work demanded. It is 
not in any sense a museum, nor has it been the intention to include any- 
thing not bearing directly upon the work of some bureau or division of 
the government. A certain amount of reference and statistical material 
has, of course, been indispensable, but from the shelf list it is seen that 



more than four-fifths of all titles fall in the groups of general science, 
mathematics, astronomy, physics, chemistry, geology, natural history, 
botany, zoology, human anatomy, physiology, bacteriology, medicine, agri- 
culture, and technology, the other fifth consisting of general works, history, 
geography and anthropology, social science, political science, education, 
bibliography, and library science. The bibliography of science has been 
emphasized, and practically every section of the library contains the stand- 
ard indexes and Centralblatter. 

The library records show that 24,400 bound volumes, 40,036 unbound 
volumes and parts, approximately 1,200 maps, blue prints, etc., 450 college 
and university catalogues, 2,500 book and trade catalogues, a large number 
of duplicates and several hundred volumes and parts as yet unclassified, 
have been received. Recently a reserve stock of sixty sets of the Philip- 
pine Journal of Science, about 16,000 photograph negatives, and 3,000 cuts 
have been placed in the library. 

In classification, the Library of Congress schemes have been followed ; 
for form of entry the catalog rules compiled by committees of the Amer- 
ican Library Association and the British Library Association (1908) are 
observed ; and to the list of subject headings, the Library of Congress, the 
American Library Association, and the Public Library of New South Wales 
have all contributed, the Library of Congress form having preference when 

The library has been recognized as a partial depository for Library 
of Congress printed cards since 1905, with one copy each of all scientific 
titles printed before that date. A union catalogue consisting of Library 
of Congress cards, Library of Congress proof and a limited number of 
cards from the John Crerar library, Chicago, now fills one hundred and 
fifty standard trays and forms a valuable tool for readers and for the 
library staff. 

As a basis for scientific work, records of past work are imperative, 
hence sets of periodicals and serials fill nine-tenths of the shelves in the 
scientific and technical sections of the library. An incomplete set is prac- 
tically valueless, and no work has been spared to secure every page and 
plate found to be missing. The rule has been that anything worth keep- 
ing is worth completing and binding, though the latter frequently has been 
delayed by the difficulty of achieving the former. 

While the library was established as a reference library, the develop- 
ment of the work showed that a limited circulation would increase its 
usefulness. Certain bureaus, colleges of the university, and divisions of 
the Bureau of Science are considered as deposits, and individuals may also 
withdraw books. For the most part, circulation is restricted to persons 
on the classified civil service list, but the aim is to accommodate all 
workers who find material of value in the library. As a matter of routine, 
several hundred single numbers of new journals are sent out each week; 
by this means investigators are sure of seeing the latest things on their 
subjects without the necessity of watching the library shelves. Another 
divergence from library usage is the extension of time beyond the usual 
two or four weeks, without renewal. The books are called in for recharg- 
ing only often enough to protect against loss. 

To summarize: (1) the library of the Bureau of Science is a working 
library for scientific investigators; (2) special emphasis is placed upon 
securing complete sets of scientific and technical periodicals and serials, of 
reports of learned societies, and museums, and other scientific institutions ; 
(3) the scheme of classification is used for all material in the library; (4) 
all publications are completed and bound as promptly as possible. 


Aguilar, T. N. : Colonizacion de 
Filipinas. Estudios practicos acer- 
ca de la colonizacion con elementos 
peninsulares de nuestras posesiones 
oceanicas. Resena geografico-geo- 
logieo-minera de las mismas. Ma- 
drid, Alfredo Alonso, 1893, 414 p., 
2 1. 23 cm. 

Alonso Fernandez, Manuel: Dis- 
curso leido en la Real y Pontificia 
Universidad de Santo Tomas de 
Manila en la solemne inauguracion 
del curso academico de 1892 a 1993. 
Manila,, Sto. Tomas, 1892. 116, Ix 
p. 30-5 cm. 

Alvarez Cienfuegos, Jose: Dis- ! 
curso leido en la apertura anual de j 
los estudios de la Real y Pontificia | 
Universidad de Santo Tomas de j 
Manila el dia 2 de Julio de 1883. ! 
Manila, Sto. Tomas, 1883. 91 p., 
8 1. 29 cm. 

Arana, Camilo de: Derrotero del 
Archipielago filipino, redactado se- 
giin los documentos mas recientes. 
Publicado de orden del Ministerio 
de Marina. Madrid, Rojas, 1879. 
233 p. 22.5 cm. 

Artacho, Isabelo : Declaracion, 
carta y proclama. Hongkong, 1899. 
28 p. 15.5 cm. 

Artigas, Manuel : Apendice al ma- 
nual del empleado. Manila, Atayde, 
1893. 365 p., 4 1. 21 cm. 

Manual del empleado. Com- 

pilacion de las disposiciones vigentes 
que afectan al personal de los dis- 
tintos ramos de la administracion en 
Ultramar. Manila, "El Eco de Fili- 
pinas," 1891. 675 p., 6 1. 22 cm. 

Azcarraga y Palmero, Manuel : La 
libertad de comercio en las Islas 
Filipinas. Madrid, Noguera, 1872. 
248 p. 20 cm. 

Balaguer, Victor: Islas Filipinas. 
(Memoria) . Madrid, Angeles, 1895. 
80 p. 19 cm. 

Baranera, Francisco X. : Compen- 
dio de geografia de las Islas Fili- 

pinas, Marianas, Jolo y Carolinas. 
Tercera edicion. Manila, Marty, 
1892. 162 p., 1 1. 16 cm. 

Barrantes, Vicente : Apuntes inte- 
resantes sobre las Islas Filipinas que 
pueden ser utiles para hacer las re- 
formas conveniences y productivas 
para el pais y para la nacion. 
Madrid "EI Pueblo," 1869. 281 p. 
19 cm. 

El Teatro tagalo. Madrid, 

Gines Hernandez, 1890. 199 p. 
23 cm. 

Guerras piraticas de Filipi- 
nas contra mindanaos y joloanos, 
Madrid, G. Hernandez, 1878. 448 
p. 21 cm. 

La instruction primaria en 

Filipinas desde 1596 hasta 1868. 
Madrid, "La Iberia", 1869. 17 p. 
16 cm. 

Benitez, Fernando: Memoria de 
los actos de la Real Sociedad Econo- 
mica Filipina de Amigos del Pais en 
el bienio de 1879-80 leida por el 
Socio Secretario en la sesion cele- 
brada el dia 24 de Marzo de 1881. 
Manila, Plana, 1881. 46 p. 24 cm. 

Bernaldez, Emilio: Resena histo- 
rica de la guerra al sur de Filipinas 
sostenida por las armas espanolas 
contra los piratas de aquel archipie- 
lago desde la conquista hasta nues- 
tros dias. Madrid, "Memorial de 
Ingenieros", 1857, 243 p., 2 ,1., 5 
maps. 22.5 cm. 

Blanco Herrero, Manuel : Politica 
de Espaha en Ultramar. Madrid, 
"Sucesores de Rivadeneyra", 1888. 
674 p. 22.5 cm. 

Blanco y Erenas, Ramon: Memo- 
ria que al. Senado dirige acerca de 
los ultimos sucesos ocurridos en la 
Isla de Luzon. Madrid, "El Liberal", 
1897. 202 p. 21.5 cm. 

Blumentritt, F. : El Noli me tan- 
gere de Rizal. Barcelona. Imp. 
Iberica de Francisco Fossas, 1889. 
38 p. 21.5 cm. 




Las razas del Archipielago 

Filipino. L Vademecum etnografico 
de Filipinas, II. Las razas indige- 
nas de Filipinas. Publicado en el 
Boletin de la Sociedad Geografica 
de Madrid. Madrid, Fortanet, 1890. 
70 p., 1 map. 23.5 cm. 

Bowring, Sir John : A visit to the 
Philippine Islands. London, Smith, 
Elder & Co., 1859. 434 p., 2 1. 
21.5 cm. 

Una visita a las Islas Fili- 
pinas. Traduecion con notas para 
la "Revista de Filipinas", Manila, 
Ramirez y Giraudier, 1876. 460 p., 
1 1. 19 cm. 

Buencamino, Felipe : Ref utacion 
del manifiesto del Sr. Paterno. Obras 

son amores y no buenas razones. 
Kavite, Limb, ni Z. Fajardo, 1898. 

Buhay na pinagdaanan ni Poncio 
Pilato. Sinipi sa isang historia siya 
caya iligtas? Tignan natin. May- 
nila, Limb, ni J. Martinez Estraude, 
1912. 67 p. 18.5 cm. 

Burrit, Charles H. : Abstract of 
the mining laws in force in the Phil- 
ippine Archipielago. Manila, Bureau 
of Public Printing, 1902. 231 p. 
23 cm. 

Buzeta, Manuel; and Bravo, Fe- 
lipe : Diccionario geografico, estadis- 
tico, historico de las Islas Filipinas 
dedicado a S. M. el Rey. Madrid, 
D. Jose C. de la Pena, 180, 1851. 2 
vols. 23.5 cm. 


History, Economics, etc. (includ- 
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Dickens, Charles : Complete 
works. Century, ed. N. Y., Scrib- 
ner, 1910. D555 

Hazeltine, Horace: Sable Lorcha. 
Chic, McClurg, 1912. H338s 

Post, Melville Uavisson : Nameless 
thing. N. Y. and Lond., Appleton, 

1912. P84554n 

Turnbull, Mrs. Francese Hubbard 
(Litchfield) : Royal pawn of Venice: 
a romance of Cyprus. Phila. and 
Lond., Lippincott, 1911. T848r. 




t Packard, R. L. : Education in 
Cuba, Porto Rico, and the Philip- 
pines. In "Report of the Commis- 
sioner of Education, 1897-98 
(Wash., Govt. Printing Office, 
1899) , i, pp. 909-983. On p. 983 is 
a short list of titles. 

Pan, Jose Felipe del : Bibliograf ia 
Filipina : Catalogo alf abetico de au- 
tores y obras sobre este pais. In 
"Revista de Filipinas", Manila, Ra- 
mirez y Giraudier, 1876, vol. 1, pp. 
280, 313, 341, 370, 411, 444, 471, 
493, 506, 535, 553. 

Impugnacion de D. Zoilo Es- 

pejo a la nota bibliografica de sus 
obras, y contestacion del editor. In 
"Revista de Filipinas", Manila, Ra- 

mirez y Giraudier, 1876, vol. 1, p. 

Un nuevo Americo. Su- 

puesto viaje con Magallanes del 
caballero Pigafetta, segun otro su- 
puesto codice encontrado en la Bi- 
blioteca Ambrosiana de Milan en el 
aho 1 de este siglo. In "Revista de 
Filipinas", Manila, Ramirez y Gi- 
raudier, 1876, vol. 1, p. 532. 

Pardo de Tavera, Trinidad H.: 
Bibliografia Filipina. In "Revista 
Historica", Manila, Morales, 1905, 
nos. 5 and 6. 

Biblioteca Filipina 6 sea ca- 

talogo razonado de todos los impre- 
sos, tanto insulares como extranje- 

f In Public Documents Division. 



ros, relatives a la historia, la etno- 
grafia, la linguistica, la botanica, 
la fauna, la flora, la geologia la hi- 
drografia, la geografia, la legisla- 
cion etc., de las Islas Filipinas, de 
J o 1 6 v Marianas. Wash., Govt. 
Printing Office, 1903. 439 p., 1 1, 
26.5 cm. (See ante, Griffin.) 

Contribucion para el estu- 

dio de los antiguos alfabetos filipi- 
nos. Lozana, Jaunin Hermanos, 
1884. 30 p., 1 1., 1 chart. 21.5 cm. 

El mapa de Filipinas del P. 

Murillo Velarde. Manila, Chofre, 
1894. 19 p. 24 cm. 

Notas para una cartografia 

de Filipinas. In "Cultura Fili- 
pina", Manila, Imp. de Cultura Fili- 
pina, no. 8, Nov. 1910. 

Noticias sobre la Imprenta y 

el Grabado en Filipinas. Madrid, 
Hijos de M. G. Hernandez, 1893. 48 
p. 22.5 cm. 

[Pastells, Pablo, S. J.] : La maso- 
nizacion de Filipinas; Rizal y su 
obra; Primera educaeion de Rizal; 
sus estudios superiores; viajes y 
publicaciones de Rizal ; conspiracion ; 
escenas dramaticas que precedieron 
a la muerte de Rizal; conversion; 
f usilamiento ; el Katipunan; descu- 
brimiento de la con jura. Barcelona, 
Tipografia Catolica, 1897. 48 p. 
20.5 cm. 

Pastells, Pablo, S. J. : Magallanes. 
Madrid, 1897-98. In "La Politica 
de Espana en Filipinas," Oct. 31, 
Nov. 15, 30, Dec. 15, 31, 1897, Jan. 
15, 31, 1898, vol. 7, pp. 474-479, 
492-496, 519-523, 539-542, 558-560, 
and vol. 8, pp. 10-13, 23, 27. 

Paterno, Pedro A.: El cristia- 
nismo en la antigua civilizacion 
tagalog. Al Illmo. Sr. Obispo de 
Oviedo. In "La Solidaridad, nos. 
81-88, 90, 91, June 15-Nov. 15, 

Pazos, Pio A. de: Heroes de Fili- 
pinas. Santander, Imprenta Mili- 
tar, 1888. 366 p., 3 1. 16.5 cm. 

Perez, Angel, O. S. A.; and Gue- 
mes, Cecilio, O. S. A.: Adiciones y 
continuacion de "La Imprenta en 
Manila" de D. J. T. Medina 6 rarezas 
y curiosidades bibliograficas filipinas 
de las bibliotecas de esta capital. 
Manila, Santos y Bernal, 1905. 3 L, 
xvii., (1), 620, (1) p. 22.5 cm. 

Perez, Elviro, O. S. A. : Catalogo 
bio-bibliografico de los religiosos 
Agustinos de la provincia del Santi- 
simo Nombre de Jesus de las Islas 
Filipinas desde su fundacion hasta 
nuestros dias. Manila, Sto. To- 
mas, 1901. xviii, 873, (2), p. 
27.5 cm. 

fPhillips, Philip Lee: A descrip- 
tive list of maps of the Spanish 
possessions within the present limits 
of the United States, 1502-1820. 
Wash., Govt. Prtg. Office, 1912. 
Some Philippine maps are cited. 

Plantas medicinales de Filipinas 
por el Dr. Pardo de Tavera. Algo 
sobre un libro nuevo. In "Revista 
Farmaceutica de Filipinas", Manila> 
no. 2, Feb, 3, 1893. 

Polk, Mary: Bibliography. Ma- 
nila, Bureau of Printing, 1903. 
(See Bull. No. 5 of publications of 
the biological laboratory of the Dept. 
of the Interior: "Trypanosoma and 
trypanosomiasis, etc.", by W. E. 
Musgrave and Moses T. Clegg, pp. 

Catalogue of the library of 

the bureau of government laborato- 
ries, Manila, Bureau of Public Print- 
ing, 1905. (See Bull. no. 22, Dept. 
of the Interior, Bureau of Govt, lab- 
oratories, pp. 39-312.) 

Ponce, Mariano (Pseud. "Na- 
ning") : Bibliografia. Amadeo de 
Saboya; Juan de Mariano por D. F. 
P., y Margall. In "La Solidaridad", 
Manila, no. 51, Mar. 15, 1891. 

f In Public Documents Division. 



Ponce, Mariano : Bibliografia Fili- | 
pina. In "Revista Historica", Ma- j 
nila, nos. 11 and 12. Mar. and Apr. I 
1906. | 

Bibliografia Plaridelina. In 

"Plaridel," Malolos, nos. 5 and 7, 

Bibliografia Rizalina. In 

Saturday suppl. of "El Renaci- 
miento", May 26, and June 2, 1906. 

El extremo Oriente a vista 

depajaro. Kanagawa-ken (Japon), 
1898. In "La Independencia." Oct. 

24, 1898. 

El folleto del Dr. Brand- 

stetter. La naturaleza en la vieja 
literatura malaya. Sus fuentes de 
inspiracion. ^Los malayos lusones 
tuvieron literatura escrita ? Intran- 
sigencia religiosa. P. Chirino. 
Goto. Gam,. P. Colin. Los poe- 
mas indios, segiin Castelar. Lq que 
hicieron los antiguos poetas filipinos. 
La literatura malaya en las colonias 
holandezas de Java etc. Version 
alemana de un folleto del Dr. P. de 
Tavera. El colegio de Farmaceuti- 
cos de Manila. Su Memoria. Tra- 
bajos realizados durante 1892. El 
folleto del Sr. Walls y Merino. In 
"La Solidaridad", Apr. 30, 1893. 

El Idolo del pueblo. In "El 

Renacimiento", Dec. 29, 1906. 

Filipinos celebres. (Ensa- 

yos biograficos) Pandapira. In "La 
Solidaridad", Barcelona, Feb. 1, 
1890, p. 18. 

Sun-Yat-Sen. In "Renaci- 

miento Filipino/' Manila, nos. 84, 87. 
90, Mar. 28-May, 1912. 

Pons y Torres. Salvador : Defen- 
sa del clero filipino y documentos de 
informacion historica. Manila, Es- 
tab. Tip. "La Demoeracia", 1900. 
See pp. 26-43, "El clero filipino bajo 
el punto de vista literario. Diccio- 
narios y gramaticas para el estudio 
de los idiomas filipinos". 

El clero secular filipino. A- 

puntes bibliograficos y biograficos. 

Manila, Imp. "La Demoeracia", 
1900. 141 p. 1 1. 30 cm. 

* Potter, Marion E., ed. : United 
States catalog. Books in print 1902, 
2nd ed., Minn., Wilson, 1903; Sup- 
plement, books pub. 1902-1905, id. 
1906; see also monthly additions, 
under captions "Philippine Islands" 

Publicaciones. In "La Uustra- 
cion Filipina." Manila, Jan. 21, 

Quaritch, Bernard (bookseller) : 
Catalogues. For various years, 
London. (These contain many rare 
and valuable titles of Filipiniana.) 

iQue hizo Rizal? In "La Van- 
guardia," Jan. 17, 1911. 

Quien es Blumentritt. In "La 
Espaiia Oriental," May 26, 1889. 

Regidor, Antonio : Civilizacion de 
los filipinos. In "La Independen- 
cia" Jan. 14, 15, 17, 18, 1889. 

Retana y Gamboa, Wenceslao 
Emilio, (pseud., Desenganos) : 
Aquende y Allende de Suez 6 un 
pansit por D. Manuel Scheidnagel. 
Madrid, 1892. In "La Politica de 
Espaiia en Filipinas," vol. 2, no. 25, 
Jan. 19, pp. 17, 18. 

Aparato bibliografico de la 

historia general de Filipinas dedu- 
cido de la coleccion que posee la 
Compania general de Tabacos de 
dichas Islas. Madrid, Sucesora de 
M. Minuesa de los Rios, 1906. 3 
vols, continuous pagination. 28 cm. 

Archivo del bibliofilo filipino. 

Madrid, 1895-1897. In "La Politica 
de Espafia en Filipinas," vol. 5, pp. 
197-199; vol. 6, pp. 78, 79; vol. 7, 
pp. 569-570. 

Bibliografia. In "Estadis- 

mo de las Islas Filipinas 6 mis viajes 
por este pais, by Joaquin Martinez 
de Zuniga, Madrid, Viuda de M. Mi- 
nuesa de los Rios, 1893," appendix 
B, pp. 93-352. 

* In Periodical and Reference Division. 



ventario oficial de las obras que se 
hallan a la venta en la porteria del 
colegio de los PP. de la Compania de 
Jesus, de Manila, el ano 1768. Ma- 
drid, 1896. In "La Politica de Es- 
pafia en Filipinas," vol. 6, Jan. 15- 
Apr. 30, pp. 12-15, 37, 38, 57, 58, 
103, 104, 121, 122, 139, 153, 154, 168, 

Bibliografia general de Fili- 

pinas (Apuntes) Madrid, 1891. In 
"La Politica de Espana en Filipi- 
nas," vol. 1, Dec. 8, pp. 270-273. 

Bibliografia Rizalina. In 

the Saturday suppl. to "El Renaci- 
miento," Apr. 28, 1906. 

Biblioteca Filipina de . . 

(Adquisiciones en el ano de 1893). 
Madrid, 1893. In "La Politica de 
Espana en Filipinas," vol. 3, Dec. 19, 
no. 75, pp. 320, 321. 

Catalogo abreviado de la Bi- 

blioteca Filipina. Madrid, Viuda de 
M. Minuesa de los Rios, 1898. 
xxxviii, 652, (3) p. 20 cm. 

Catalogo de obras filipinas. 

Retana y Gamboa. Wenceslao E. 
Bibliografia. Historia general de 
Filipinas por D. Jose Montero y 
Vidal. Madrid, 1895. . In "La Poli- 
tica de Espana en Filipinas," vol. 5, 
July 16, no. 116, pp. 186, 187. 

Bibliografia. Islas Maria- 
nas. Ligeros apuntes acerca de las I 
mismas, porvenir a que pueden y de- ! 
ben aspirar y ayuda que ha de pres- \ 
tar la administracion para conse- | 
guirlo, por Francisco Olive y Garcia, j 
In "La Espana Oriental," Manila, I 
May 20, 1888, pp. 166-167. j 

Bibliografia de Mindanao ! 

(prologo). Madrid, 1894. In "La | 
Politica de Espana en Filipinas," vol. ! 
4, Aug. 14, pp. 221-223. j 

Bibliografia de Mindanao 

(epitome). Madrid, Viuda de M. j 
Minuesa de los Rios, 1894. 69 p., 1 
1. 18.5 cm. | 

Bibliografia filipina. I n - | 

- — — Catalogo de las obras que se 
hallan de venta en la Biblioteca Fili- 
pina de . . . Madrid, 1892-1893. 
In "La Politica de Espana en Fili- 
pinas", Dec. 20, 1892, nos. 26-49, 
vol. 2, nos. 26-49, Feb. 2-Dec. 20, 

Cosas de Filipinas. Ma- 

drid, 1896. In "La Politica de Es- 
pana en Filipinas", vol. 6, Feb. 29, 
pp. 76-78. 

Desde S e v i 1 1 a. Madrid, 

1895. In "La Politica de Espana en 
Filipinas", vol. 5, June 4, pp. 151- 

Don Justo Zaragoza y sus 

publicaciones. Madrid, 1894. In 
"La Politica de Espana en Filipi- 
nas", vol. 4, Sept. 25, pp. 279, 280. 

El librero P. Vindel y sus 

catalogos de obras de ultramarinos. 
Madrid, 1894. In "La Politica de 
Espana en Filipinas", vol. 4, Nov. 
20, pp. 315, 316. 

EI nuevo obispo de Puerto 

Rico. Madrid, 1894. In "La Poli- 
tica de Espana en Filipinas", vol. 4, 
May 8, pp. 129, 130. 

El periodismo filipino. No- 

ticias para su historia (1811-1894). 
Apuntes bibliograficos ; indicaciones 
biograficas ; notas criticas ; semblan- 
zas; anecdotas. Madrid, Viuda de 
M. Minuesa de los Rios, 1895. (4) , 
646, (2) p. 16.5 cm. 

El precursor de la politica 

redentorista. Breves comentarios a 
un libro raro. Madrid, Viuda de M. 
Minuesa de los Rios, 1894. 36 p. 
18.5 cm. 

Epitome de la Bibliografia 

Barcelona, Imp. "El Siglo XX", 
1902. 160 p. 20.5 cm. 

general de Filipinas. In "Archivo 
del Bibliofilo Filipino, recopilacion 
de documentos historicos, cientificos, 
literarios y politicos y estudios bi- 
bliograficos, Madrid, viuda de M. Mi- 
nuesa de los Rios, 1895-98", as fol- 
lows: vol. 1, no. 11, pp. 1-270; vol. 
2, no. 13, pp. 271-505; vol. 3, no. 5, 
pp. 506-720; vol. 4, no. 9 pp. 721- 

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One of the first cares of the Philippine Assembly was the formation 
of a library for the use of its members. This library is included in the 
provisions of Act No. 1935 as part of the Philippine Library. Books 
along parliamentary and legislative lines are being collected, mostly in 
the English and Spanish languages. About two years ago the collection 
of the deceased scholar, Felipe Calderon, was purchased from his heirs, 
thus adding many good titles to the Assembly Library. These with other 
accessions have brought the number of books up to about twelve thousand. 

The library, as its name indicates, is not for the use of the general 
public although those desiring to consult its books are courteously allowed 
that privilege. The library is in direct charge of the Library Committee 
of the Philippine Assembly. Under the Committee is the librarian, whose 
duties are as follows, as extracted from the report of the chief clerk 
of the Philippine Assembly for 1910 : 

"He has charge of the books of the library, the accessions Register, 
classification and cataloguing, loan of books, etc. 

"He also has charge of the collection of documents issued by the 
Congress of the United States, the "Official Gazette/' and foreign, pro- 
vincial and local reviews and periodicals. 

"He prepares an annual report for the Speaker of the Assembly 
through the President of the Library Committee of the Assembly and 
the Secretary, and a monthly report for the Librarian of the Libraries 
of the Insular Government, by virtue of Act No. 1935 of the Philippine 

"He has direct supervision of the space occupied by the Library in 
the Committee Building of the Philippine Assembly, in whatever pertains 
to the safeguarding and conservation of the books, its ventilation, and 
of courtesy to and comfort of readers. 

>5« ^ ^ jj: %. * * 

"He has charge of the correspondence referring to library matters 
*nd to the library committee; the translation of certain documents into 



English, Spanish, and the idioms of the country; and acts, as occasion 

demands, as interpreter for the Committee. 

* * * * * * # 

"He is preparing" and compiling the historical and revolutionary docu- 
ments of the Calderon Collection." 


The Law Division of the Philippine Library consists of two parts: 
one that of the Supreme Court and the other that of the Attorney-General 
office. The first contains about 10,500 volumes and the second about 
5,000. With the building of the capitol group it would be natural for 
these two parts to be merged into one, with a resultant economy both in 
book buying and in management. 

The division numbers most of the state and federal reports, impor- 
tant digests, and many textbooks and treatises. The books are used 
not only by the court officials, but by most of the lawyers and law students 
of the city. The Supreme Court has granted special privileges to the 
law students, and these are eagerly availed of. In the Supreme Court 
some of the more important legal journals are received. The end served 
by this division is practical and constant. 


A pronouncing Gazeteer and Geo- | 
graphical Dictionary of the Phil- 
ippine Islands, United States of 15.5 cm. 
America, with maps, charts, and il- 
lustrations ; also the law of civil gov- 
ernment in the Philippine Islands 
passed by Congress and approved 
by the President July 1, 1902. With 
a complete index. Wash. Govt. 
Prtg. Office, 1902. xxxix, 933 p. 
Plates. Maps. Charts. 23 cm. 

Alvarez Guerra, Juan: Viajes por 
Filipinas. De Manila a Albay. 
Madrid, Fortanet, 1887. 318 p. 
18 cm. 

Viajes por Filipinas. De 

Manila a Marianas. Madrid, For- 
tanet, 1887. 307 p. 18 cm. 

Viajes por Filipinas. De 

Manila a Tayabas. Madrid, Forta- 
net, 1887. 385 p. 18 cm. 

Un viaje por Oriente. De 

Manila a Marianas. Madrid, 1872, 
Molines, 236 p. 18 cm. 

Cabeza Pereyro, A.: Estudios 
sobre Carolinas. La Isla de Po- 
nape. Geografia, Etnografia, His- 
toria. Obra premiada por la Junta 
Superior Consultiva de guerra. 
Manila, Chofre, 1893. 241 p. 
31.23 cm. 

Cabezas de Herrera, Jose : Apun- 
tes historicos sobre la organizacion 
Politico- Administrativa de Filipinas. 
Manila, Chofre, 1883. 29 p. 28.5 

Informe emitido por el Con- 

*ejo de Ultramar sobre la convenien- 
cia de establecer en Filipinas Bancos 
Hipotecarios. Madrid, Gines Her- 
nandez, 1889. 145 p. 18 cm. 

Calderon, Felipe G. : Ang A. B. 
V . . . nang mamamayang filipino. 
^aliwanag ng icalimang pangcat 
•'ang Bill nang filipinas. Tinagalog 

ni C. Ronquillo y Valdes. Manila, 
Imp. de Quiapo, 1905. 50, xiii p. 

Discurso leido en el Liceo de 

Manila en el dia de la apertura del 
curso escolar de 1903 a 1904. Ma- 
nila, Imp. de Quiapo, 1903. 25 p. 
21 cm. 

El A. B. C. 

del Ciuda- 

dano Filipino. Exposicion del arti- 
culo quinto del Bill de Filipinas. 
Manila, Imp. de Quiapo, 1905. 45, 
x, p. 14.5 cm. 

El Colegio de San Jose. Re- 

f utacion de las pretensiones alegadas 
eit sus informes por el Sr. Delegado 
de S. S. y el Sr. Arzobispo de 
Manila presentada a la Comision de 
los E. U. de America del Norte. 
Manila, Reyes, 1900. 24.5 cm. 

Yti A. B. C. . . ti ciudadano 

filipino a nacaipalaoagan ti mayca- 
lima a paset ti Bill de Filipinas. 
Manila, Imp. de Quiapo, 1905. 50, 
VII, p. 17 cm. 

Calderon, Sofronio G. : Dating 
Pilipinas. Maynila, Imp. Lib. at 
Papeleria ni J. Martinez, 1907. 
127 p. 22 cm. 

Pagkatuklas sa ating lupain. 

1908. Maynila, Limbagan fig "El 
Renaeimiento," 64 p. 18.5 cm. 

Campa, Buenaventura: Los Ma- 
yoyaos y la raza ifugao. Madrid, 
Viuda de M. Minuesa de los Rios, 

Canga Arguelles y Villalba, Fe- 
lipe : La Isla de la Paragua. Estu- 
dio geografico-politico-social. Ma- 
drid. Fortanet, 1888. 88 p. 23.5 

Cano, Gaspar: Catalogo de los 
religiosos de N. P. S. Agustin de 
la Provincia del Smo. nombre de 




Jesus de Filipinas desde su estable- 
cimento en estas Islas hasta nues- 
tros dias, con algunos datos biogra- 
ficos de los mismos. Manila, Rami- 
rez y Giraudier, 1864. 336 p. 21 

Canamaque, Francisco: Las Islas 
Filipinas (de todo un poco) Refor- 
mas. La novela de Filipinas : Can- 
delario. Monografia de Zambales. 
Costumbres en Visayas. Avisos de 
un Padre Jesuita. Segunda edicion. 
Madrid, G. Hernandez, 236 p., L 
map. 18 cm. 

Caro, P. (Pseud. Fr. Casimiro 
Herrero) : Filipinas ante la razon 
del indio. Madrid, Gomez Fuente- 
nebro, 1874. 293 p., 2 1. 13 cm. 

Caro y Mora, Juan: Ataque de 
Li-MaHong a Manila en 1574. Re- 
sefia historica de aquella memorable 
Jornada. Manila, Amigos del Pais, 
1894. 52 p., 2 1. 29 cm. 

Ataque de Li-MaHong a Ma- 

nila en 1574. Reseiia historica de 
aquella memorable Jornada. 2. a edi- 
cion, Manila, Chofre 1898. 155 p. 
21.5 cm. 

La situacion del Pais. Co- 

leccion de articulos publicados por 
"La Voz Espanola" acerca de la 
insurreccion tagala, sus causas, y 
principales cuestiones que afectan a 
Filipinas. Manila, Amigos del Pais, 
1897. 257 p., 3 1. 19.5 cm. 

Carro, Andres : Vocabulario Iloco- 
Espanol. Trabajado por varios re- 
ligiosos. 2. a Edicion. Manila, M. 
Perez, Hijo, 1888. 294 p., 1 1. 31.5 

Cartilla higienica y de desinfec- 
cion con las precauciones que deben 
tomarse en el caso de una invasion 
colerica. Redaetada en vista de la 
Guia Practica de Higiene y de des- 
infeccion publicada, aprobada y re- 
comendada por la Excma. Comision 

Provincial y Junta de Sanidad de 
Madrid en 1884. Con algunas ob- 
servaciones propias y relacionadas 
con este pais. Acordada publicar 
por el Excmo. Ayuntamiento de Ma- 
nila en sesion celebrada el dia 16 de 
Agosto de 1888. Manila, Chofre, 
1888. 16 p. 15.5 cm. 

Casal y Ochoa, Eduardo P. : Cues- 
tiones Filipinas. Estudio Politico- 
Social. Madrid, Moreno y Rojas, 
1888. 39 p. 23 cm. 

Castellano y Villarroya, Tomas: 
La insurreccion de Filipinas. Dis- 
curso pronunciado en la sesion cele- 
brada por el Congreso de los Dipu- 
tados el dia 1.° de Junio de 1897. 
Madrid, Hijos de M. G. Hernandez, 
1897. 15 p. 23 cm. 

Castillo y Jimenez, Jose M. del: 
El Katipunan 6 el Filibusterismo en 
Filipinas. Cronica ilustrada. Ma- 
drid, Asilo de Huerfanos, 1897. 396 
p. 1 1. 20 cm. 

Catalogo de la Exposicion general 
cle las Islas Filipinas celebrada en 
Madrid. Inaugurada por S. M. la 
Reina Regente el 30 de Junio de 
1887. Madrid, Fe, 1887. 732 p. 
1 pocket map of Philippine Islands. 
21 cm. 

Catalogo de las obras existentes 
en el Museo-Biblioteca de Filipinas 
en el dia 24 de Octubre de 1891 fecha 
de la inauguracion del mismo. Ma- 
nila, Chofre, 1892. 137 p. 17.5 

Cavada Mendez de Vigo, Agus- 
tin de la: Historia geografica, geo- 
logica estadistica de Filipinas. Con 
datos geograficos, geologicos y esta- 
disticos de las Islas de Luzon, Visa- 
yas, Mindanao y Jolo; y los que 
corresponden a las islas Batanes, 
Calamianes, Balabac, Mindoro, Mas- 
bate, Ticao y Burias, situadas al 
N. S. 0. y S. de Luzon. 2 vols. Ma- 
nila, Ramirez y Giraudier, 1876. 


History, Economics, etc. (includ- 
ing Geography, Travel, and 

Adam, Evelyn: Behind the 
screens: an English woman's im- 
pressions of Japan. N. Y. and 
Lond. Putnam, 1910. xiii, 277 p. 


American Historical Association: 
Annual Report. Wash., Govt. Prtg. 
Office, 1909. 973Am31 

Bliss, W. P.: History in the ele- 
mentary schools : methods, courses 
of study, bibliographies. N. Y., 
Chic, Amer. Bk. Co., cl911. 214 p. 


Blythe, Marion: An American 
bride in Porto Rico. N. Y., Revell, 
C1911. 917.29B6292 

Bogart, Ernest Ludlow: Econo- 
mic history of the United States. 
N. Y., Lond., etc., Longmans, 1908. 
xiii, 522 p. 330B633 

Brand, R. H. : Union of South 
Africa. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 
1909. 192 p. 968B733 

Canby, George: Evolution of the 
American flag; from materials col- 
lected by the late George Canby, by 
Lloyd Balderston. Phila., Ferris & 
Leach, 1908. 144 p. 929.9C16 

Cappelletti, Giuseppe: Breve corse 
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Page, 1910. xiii, 433 p. 626L64 

Macmillan, H. F. : Handbook of 
tropical gardening and planting: 
with special reference to Ceylon. 
Colombo, Cave, 1910. xii, 524 p. 


Payne, Arthur Gay: Cassell's 
vegetarian cookery: a manual of 

cheap and wholesome diet. Lond., 
N. Y., etc., Cassell, n. d. 190 p. 


Ravenhill, Alice; and Schiff, Cath- 
erine J. : Household administra- 
tion ; its place in the higher educa- 
tion of women. N. Y., Holt, 1911. 
x, 324 p. 640K196 

Rorer, Mrs. Sarah Tyson: Dain- 
ties. Phila., Arnold, cl904. 90 p. 


Sando, Roscoe Briant: American 
poultry culture: a complete hand 
book of practical and profitable 
poultry keeping for the great army 
of beginners and small poultry 
breeders. Chic, McClurg, 1910. ix, 
265 p. 636.5S57 

Seton, Ernest Thompson: Birch- 
bark roll of the wood-craft indians ; 
containing their constitution, laws, 
games, and deeds. N. Y., Page, 
1906. 71 p. +796S77 

Smith, Joseph Russell: Ocean 
carrier: a history and analysis of 
the service and the discussion of the 
rates of ocean transportation. N. 
Y., Putnam, 1908. xi, 344 p. 


Thorp, Frank Hall: Outlines of 

industrial chemistry : a text-book 

! for students. N. Y. and Lond. Mac- 

| millan, 1898. xx, 541 p. 660T398 

I Weed, Clarence Moores: Farm 

! friends and farm foes; a text-book 

| of agricultural science. Bost., 

| Heath, 1910. xi, 334 p. 630W4172 

Watson, George Catchpole: Farm 

i poultry; a popular sketch of do- 

| mestic fowls for the farmer and 

amateur. Ed. 9. N. Y., Macmillan, 

1910. x, 341 p. (Rural Sci. Ser.) 


Widtsoe, John Andreas: Dry 
farming: a system of agriculture 
for countries under a low rainfall. 
N. Y., Macmillan, 1911. xii, 445 p. 




Religious, Philosophical, 
Educational, etc. 

Bernaldo de Quiros, Constatino. 
Modern theories of criminality; tr. 
from the Span, by A. de Salvio ; with 
an introd. by W. W. Smithers. 
Bost, Little, 1911. xvii, 249 p. 


Blomfield, Meyer : Vocational 
guidance of youth. Bost., Hough- 
ton, cl911. xiii, 124 p. 370B623 

Brent, Charles Henry : Sixth 
sense; its cultivation and use. N. 
Y., Huebsch, 1911. 105 p. 156B751 

Burroughs, William Dwight : 
Wonderland of stamps. Ed. 2. N. 
Y., Stokes, cl910. xviii, 238 p. 


Clark, William Livingston : Hand- 
book of criminal procedure. St. 
Paul, West, 1895. viii, 658 p. 


Craig, Austin: Primer of in- 
dustry. N. Y., World Book Co., 
1912. 80 p. +372.2C84 

Educational foundations, vol. 4, a 
text book for the professional 
teacher. N. Y. and Chic, Kellog, 
cl892. iv, 636 p. 375K291 

Fernald, James Champlin : Con- 
nectives of English speech : the cor- 
rect usage of prepositions, conjunc- 
tions, relative pronouns, and adverbs 
explained and illustrated. Lond. 
and N. Y., Funk & Wagnalls, cl904. 
x, 324 p. 425F39c 

Foster, William Trufant: Admin- 
istration of the College curriculum. 
Bost., Houghton, cl911. xiv, 390 p. 


Gilman, Charlotte Perkins : In this 
our world (poems). Bost., Small, 
cl898. xii, 217 p. 821G42 

Gray, W. Forbes, ed.: Non- 
Church-going, its. reasons and reme- 
dies: a symposium. N. Y., Revell, 
1911. 223 p. 264G791 

Hillyer, Virgil Mores: Kinder- 
garten at home: a kindergarten 

course for the individual child at 
home. N. Y., Baker & Taylor, 
[1911]. 152 p. 372.2H55 

Hogarth, A. H. : Medical inspec- 
tion of schools, Lond. Frowde, 1909. 
! 360 p. 371.7H679 

I Lombroswo, Cesare: Crime, its 
I causes and remedies; tr. by H. P. 
Horton; with an introd. by M. Par- 
melee. Bost., Little, 1911. x 1 v i, 
471 p. 364L838 

Malory, Sir Thomas : Book of King 
Arthur and his noble knights ; stories 
from Sir Thomas Malory's Morte 
Darthur, Mary Macleod; introd. by 
J. W. Hales. Lond., Wells, Gardner, 
Darton & Co., [1908] . xxviii, 418 p. 


Maxwell, William H. ; and Smith, 
George H. : Writing in English : a 
modern school composition. N. Y., 
Amer. Bk. Co., cl910. 269 p. 


Robenort, William : Geography : 
Europe. N. Y., Amer. Bk. Co., 
cl912. viii, 231 p. +372.89R112e 

Geography : North and 

South America. N. Y., Amer. Bk. 
Co., cl912. viii, 230 p. 


Roddy, Justin H. : Complete geog- 
raphy, N, Y., Amer. Bk. Co., cl902. 
144+40 p. +372.89R612g> 

Swedenborg, Emanuel: Angelic 
wisdom concerning the divine prov- 
idence; tr. from the Latin. Amer. 
Swedenborg Ptg. and Pub. Co., 1892. 
xiii, 308 p. 230Sw33an 

Angelic wisdom concerning 

the divine love and the divine wis- 
dom. N. Y., Amer. Swedenborg 
Ptg. and Pub. Co., 1912. viii, 246 p. 


Delights of wisdom pertain- 
ing to conjugal love; to which is 
added the pleasure of insanity. 
N. Y., Amer. Swedenborg Ptg. and 
Pub. Co., 1909. 472 p. 230Sw33e 



Heaven and its wonders, and 

hell, from things heard and seen. 
N. Y., Amer. Swedenborg Ptg. and 
Pub. Co., 1909. 449 230Sw33H 

Heavenly arcana; contained 

in the holy scriptures or word of the 
Lord unfolded ... ; tr. from ihe 
Latin. N. Y., Amer. Swedenborg 
Prtg. and Pub. Co., 1909. 568 p. 


True Christian religion; 

containing the universal theology of 
the New Church, foretold by the 
Lord in Dan'l VII, 13, 14, and in the 
Apocalypse, XXI, 1, 2 ; tr. from the 
Latin. N. Y., Amer. Swedenborg 
Ptg. and Pub. Co., 1912. xviii, 
982 p. 230Sw33t 

Winkworth, Catherine, tr. ; Lyra 
Germanica : hymns for the Sundays 
and the chief festivals of the Chris- 
tian year; tr. from the Ger. Lond., 
Longmans, 1861. xx, 272 p. 


Beerbohm, Max: Zuleika Dobson 
or, An Oxford love story. N. Y., 
Lane, 1912. B3928z 

Begbie, Harold : The cage. N. Y., 
Doran, cl911. B393c 

Butler, Samuel: Erewhon; or, 
over the range. N. Y., Dutton, 1910. 


Chambers, Robert William: The 
streets of Ascalon: episodes in the 
unfinished career of Richard Quar- 
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Clifford, Sir Hugh: The downfall 
of the gods. N. Y., Dutton, 1911. 


Crichton, F. E.: Soundless tide. 
N. Y., Baker and Taylor, 1911. 


Davis, William Stearns : The friar 
of Wittenberg. N. Y., Macmillan, 
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Dejeans, Elizabeth (Mrs. Sidney 
Budgett) : Winning chance. Phila., 

! and Lond., Lippincott, 1909. 


I Diver, Maud : Candles in the wind. 
! N. Y., Lane, 1911. D6416c 

j Captin Desmond v. c, N. Y., 

Lane, 1912. D6416ca 

The great amulet. N. Y., 

Lane, 1912. D6416g 

Dreiser, Theodore: Jennie Ger- 
hardt: a novel, N. Y., and Lond., 
Harper, 1911. D8141j 

Favre de Coulevain, Mile. (Pierre 
de Coulevain, pseud.) : Heart of life, 
tr. from the French by Alys Hallard. 
N. Y., Dutton, cl912. F279h 

Harris, Mrs. Cora May (White), 
(Mrs. L. H. Harris) : Circuit rider's 
wife. Phila., Altemus, cl910. 


Harrison, Mrs. Mary St. Leger 
(Kingsley) ; (Lucas Malet, pseud.) : 
Adrian Savage: A novel. N. Y., 
Harper, 1911. H247a 

Hartley, Percy J. : Hand of Diane : 
a romance of the Loire. N. Y., 
Baker and Taylor, n. d. H255h 

Hough, Emerson : girl at the Half- 
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N. Y., Appleton, 1912. H8146g 

Knowles, Robert Edward: Singer 
of the Kootenav: a tale of to-day. 
N. Y., Revell, cl911. K7636s 

Lagerlof, Selma Ottiliana Lovisa : 
Further adventures of Nils; from 
the Swedish of Selma Lagerlof: tr. 
by Velma Swanston Howard. N Y., 
Doubleday, 1911. +L136fu 

Lea, Fannie Heaslip (Mrs. Hamil- 
ton Pope Agee) : Jaconetta stories. 
N. Y., Sturgis and Watson, 1912. 


Leroux, Gaston: Man with the 
black feather; tr. by Edgar Jepson, 
Bost., Small, Maynard, cl912. 


Masefield, John: Multitude and 
solitude. N. Y., Mitchell Kennerley, 
1911. M38mu 

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Vol. I FEBRUARY, 1913 No. 6 


By 1590, the Augustinians, Franciscans, Jesuits, and Dominicans had 
established central convents in Manila, and were steadily engaging in 
mission work in all directions. In 1606, the Augustinian Recoletos also 
joined in the task. Several of the sites of the first convents are still the 
same as at the first. Part of the Augustinian convent, which was con- 
structed before 1600 has, indeed, withstood the severe earthquakes that 
have time and again played havoc with the city. 

These convents, following the example of those of Europe, and in 
obedience to their rules, established libraries coeval with the construction 
of their edifices. Many religious works were imported from Spain. 
Many of the religious themselves, wrote, compiled, and translated books, 
and these either in manuscript or printed form, usually found place in the 
library of their order. These books were, as might be expected, mainly 
religious, yet many were historical and linguistic. 

Printing was introduced into the Philippines as early as 1602, through 
the agency of the Dominicans, and thereafter many of the books added 
to the libraries bear Philippine imprints. The paper used was either of 
good linen stock which has withstood the ravages of a tropical climate 
remarkably well, or of the so-called rice paper which has become brittle 
with age. To-day the old methods are fast giving way to modern practice, 
and the linotype machines and the almost human presses are making book 
production easier. • 

The convent libraries have suffered considerably from various disasters 
besides that of climate. The British in 1762 looted many books and 
precious manuscripts, some of which were burned, while others are still 
to be found in the British Museum. Again in 1898, it is said that the 
libraries and archives of the religious orders did not escape, while some 
4 the books at that time were sent to Spain. 

Of all the orders above named, the Recoletos have the poorest collec- 
«on. The Dominicans in their University of Santo Tomas, which is 
cated almost contiguous to the convent of that order, possess somewhat 



over 10,000 books, many of which are Philippine imprints, and some of 
which are of the utmost rarity. The archives of the University contain 
many interesting' and valuable manuscripts, some of which are worthy of 
publication. In the convent are other books and documents. The Augus- 
tinians still have a collection of over 8,000, and in Philippine material, 
both manuscript and printed; their convent is as rich or richer than the 
Dominican institutions. The Franciscans can show a collection of about 
7,000 books and some documents. The Jesuits, in their school (Ateneo 
de Manila), convent, and seminary, also have a good collection, although 
it is reported that many of their books were sent to Spain during the 
Spanish-American war. The Jesuits have more modern works than any 
of the other corporations, many of which are scientific, for the old Jesuit 
observatory has been made the Weather Bureau of the Philippine Gov- 

Through the books (ecclesiastical and secular) produced by the reli- 
gious, the ecclesiastical corporations have had, and still are having a great 
influence on Philippine thought and language. The religious, it must be 
remembered, were the early teachers here and were able to impress them- 
selves on the country as few men have done anywhere. Their libraries, 
although they do contain much that is uselsss to any save the ecclesiastic, 
are filled with treasures for the student of Philippine history and languages, 
and yield rare riches to the serious investigator. 



Centeno y Garcia, Jose : Estudio j pinas y de las soberanas y superiores 

geologico del Volcan de Taal. Publi- disposiciones que afectan al ramo de 

cado de Real Orden. Madrid, Tello, justicia o conviene tengan presentes 

1885. 53 p. 4 pi. 25.5 cm. j los jueces que reunen a la vez el 

Memoria geologico-minera j caracter de gobernadores de provi- 

de las Islas Filipinas. Publicada de cias. ,? vols. Manila. Ramirez 
Real Orden; Madrid, Tello, 1876. Gaudier, 1861-1866. 20.5 cm. 
61 p. 1 il. 1 map of the Philippines. | Combes, Francisco: Historia de 
25 cm. j Mindanao y Jolo. Obra publicada 

Certamen cientifico-literario y ve- ! en Madrid en 1667, y que ahora con 
lada celebrados en honor del Emmo. ! ' a elaboration del P. Pablo Pastells, 
Sr. Dr. D. Fr. Zeferino Gonzalez, | saca nuevamente a luz W. E. Retana. 
Arzobispo de Sevilla, con motivo de ! Madrid, 1897. 799 p. 1 1. 32 cm. 
su elevation al cardelalato. Mani- j C omenge, Rafael: Cuestiones fili- 

fco C0l ^°of e ? t0 ' T ° maS ' 1885 "i pinas. l.a parte. Los Chinos (Es- 
SbZ p., I i. A6. b cm. | tudio social y politico) Manila, Cho- 

Cirera, Ricardo: El magnetismo j fre 1894. 470 p. 21.5 cm. 
terrestre en Filipinas. Manila, Cho- ! r^™,™ Taw ' Arx ^ . A A , , 
fr£ IRQq 1^7n Ma™ Chart* > Com yn, Tomas de : Estado de lab 

fre, 189d. 15/ p. Maps. Charts. , Islag Filipinas en 1810 Ed 2 Ma ^ 

Coleccion de autos acordados de la ! nila, Ramirez y Giraudier, 1877 
Real Audiencia Chancilleria de Fili- l 218 p. 20 cm. 



Concas y Palau, Victor M. : Causa 
instruida por la destruccion de la 
Escuadra de Filipinas y entrega del 
Arsenal de Cavite. Escrito y reeti- 
ficacion oral ante el Concejo reunido, 
constituido en Sala de Justicia del 
Supremo de Guerra y Marina, en 
defensa del Contraalmirante de la 
Armada de Filipinas, Excmo. Sr. D. 
Patricio Montojo y Pasaron. Notas 
taquigraficas. Madrid, Sucesores 
de Rivadeneyra, 1899. 112 p. 22 cm. 

Coneepcion, Juan de la: Historia 
general de Filipinas Conquistas es- 
pirituales y temporales de estos Es- 
panoles Dominios ; establecimientos 
Progresos, y Decadencias. Compre- 
hende los imperios Reinos y Provin- 
cias de Islas y Continentes con 
quienes ha havido Comunicacion y 
Comercio por inmediatas eoinciden- 
cias con Noticias universales Geo- 
graphicas Midrographicas de Histo- 
ria Natural de Politica de Costum- 
bres y de Religiones. En Man. en 
la Impr. del Seminar. Conciliar, y 
Real de S. Carlos: Por Agustin de 
la Rosa, v Balagtas. Sampaloc, 
1788-1792.' 14 vols. 19 cm. 

Compania de explotacion y coloni- 
zacion de la Isla de la Paragua. Es- 
tatutos. Manila, El Eco de Filipinas, 

Cruz, Hermenegildo : Kun sino 
ang kumatha ng "Florante." Ka- 
saysayan ng buhay ni Francisco Bal- 
tazar at pag-sulat nang Kanyang 
karununga't Kadakilaan. Manila. 
Libreria "Manila Filatelica," 1906. 
219 p. 22.5 cm. 

Cubenas y Romeo, Discurso leido 
en la apertura anual de los estudios 
de la Universidad Pontificia de Santo 
Tomas de Manila el dia 2 de Julio de 
1903. Manila; Colegio de Sto. To- 
mas, 1903. 98 p. 8 1. 

Chapuli Navarro, Antonio: Pepin. 
Impresiones, Viajes, Costumbres fi- 

lipinas. Madrid, Fernando Fe. 
1892. 336 p., 1 1. 19 cm. 

Delgado, Juan : Historia general 
sacro-profana, politica y natural de 
las islas del Poniente llamadas Fili- 
pinas. Manila, El Eco de Filipinas, 
1892. 968 p. 1 map of Philippines 
reproduced from the famous Murillo 
Velarde map. 22 cm. 

Echauz, R. : Apuntes de la Isla de 
Negros. Manila, Tipo-Litografia de 
Chofre, 1894. 191 p. 2 1. 22 cm. 

Edwards, H. T. : Abaca (Manila 
hemp). Manila. Bureau of Public 
Printing, 1904. 29 p. 23 cm. 

Maguey in the Philippines, 

Manila, Bureau of Public Printing, 
1904. 14 p. 23 cm. 

Egbert, Nelly Young: List of 
books in the American Circulating 
Library of Manila. Manila, Bureau 
of Printing, 1907. 256 p. 23 cm. 

El Archipielago filipino. Colec- 
cion de datos geograficos, estadisti- 
cos, cronologicos y cientificos, rela- 
tivos al mismo, entresacados de 
anteriores obras u obtenidos con la 
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algunos Padres de la Mision de la 
Compania de Jesus en estas Islas. 
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El Correo Sino-Annamita 6 co- 
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Sagrado Orden de Predicadores en 
Formosa, China, Tong-King y Fili- 
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Vol. 3, 1868, 179 p. ; Vol. 4, 1869, 
173 p. ; Vol. 12, 1878, 231 p. ; Vol. 13, 
1879, 274 p. ; Vol. 15, 1881, 232 p. ; 
Vol. 16, 267 p.; Vol. 17, 1883, 169 
p.; Vol. 18, 1884, 200 p.; Vol. 20, 
1886, 228 p.; Vol. 21, 1887, 192 p.; 
Vol. 22, 1888, 601 p. ; Vol. 23, 1889, 
491 p. 


History, Economics, etc. (includ- | 
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Adam, H. L. : Oriental crime. | 
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364adl3 j 

Administration of justice in the j 
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American business conditions. In 
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American waterways. In "An- 
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Arnold, Channing ; and Frost, Fre- 
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Banking problems. In "Annals 
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Bordier, A. : La colonization scien- 
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Brown, John Mason: Lecture on 
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Carranza, Arturo B. : Digesto 
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Child employing industries. In 
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Churchill, Winston Leonard Spen- 
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Consumer's control of production : 
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De Quincey, Thomas: Revolt of 
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Dickens, Charles: Child's history 
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Drage, Geoffrey: Imperial organ- 
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Dunmore, Walter Thomas: Ship 
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Electric railway transportation. 
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Federal regulation of industry. 
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Fish, Carl Russell, ed. : Guide to 
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Fling, Fred Morrow; and Cald- 
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Fraser, John Foster: Land of 
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Fuchs, Carl Johannes : Handelspo- 
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Herbert, Hilary Abner : Abolition 
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Hodgson, Lady Frederick: Siege 
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Kingsford, William: History of 
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Klein, Abbe Felix : America of to- 
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Labor and wages. In "Annals of 
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Lindsay, Charles Harcourt For- 
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Living wage of Women Workers ; 
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MacGowan, James: Chinese folk- 
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Murray, Arthur Mordaunt: Im- 
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Taylor, Benjamin Franklin: Be- 
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Alexander, Miriam: Beyond the 
law. N. Y., and Lond., Putnam, 
1912. A127b 

Austin, Mrs. Mary (Hunter) : 
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Bartlett, Frederick Orin: Guard- 
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Beach, Rex Ellingwood : Net. N. 
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Bede, Cuthbert (pseud of Edmund 
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Little Mr. Bouncer and tales 

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Bell, John Joy : Jim. N. Y., Do- 
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Beresford, John Davis : Candidate 
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Blackwood, Algernon : Centaur. 
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Bodkin, McDonnell: Capture of 
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Boyles, Kate; and Bayles, V. D.: 
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Brady, Cyrus Townsend: Chalice 
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Brown, Mrs. Demetra (Vaka) ; 
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Buchanan, Thompson: Making 
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Carter, Ada: Priest and layman. 
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Corelli, Marie (Minnie McKay) : j 
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Davis, William Stearns: Friar of | 
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Deeping, George Warwich: Joan 
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De Morgan, William Frend : Like- 
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Elliott, Francis Perry: Gift of 
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Faversham, Mrs. Julie (Opp) : 
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Ford, Swell: Odd numbers. N. 
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Frothingham, Eugenia Brooks : 
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Gerry, Mrs. Margarita (Spald- 
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Gillette, William Hooker: Secret 
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Glass, Montague: Abe and Maw- 
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Goldsmith, Oliver : Vicar of Wake- 
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Goodwin, Mrs. Maud (Wilder) : 
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Gould, Elizabeth Lincoln : Grand- 
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Greene, Mrs. Sarah Pratt (Mc- 
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Groner, Frau Augusta : Man with 
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Grundy, Mrs. Mabel Sarah Bar- 
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Harben, William Nathaniel: Paul 
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Hough, Emerson: John Rawn, 
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Huzard, Mme. Antoinette (de Ber- 
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King, Basil i.e. William Basil: 
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Klein, Charles: Maggie Pepper. 
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Lamartine, Alphonse Marie Louis 
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Lancaster, F. Hewes: One and 
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Lee, Alice Louise: Cap'n Joe's 
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Lee, Charles: Dorinda's birthday; 
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Luther, Mark Lee : Woman of it. 
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Norris, Kathleen : Mother ; a 
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Older, Mrs. Fremont: Esther Da- 
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To win the love he sought. 

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Orczy, Emma Magdalena Rosalia 
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Partridge, Anthony: Court of St. 
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Pearson, Edmund Lester: Libra- 
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Pendexter, Hugh: Young woods- 
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Phillips, David Graham: Price she 
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Phillpotts, Eden : Beacon. N. Y., 
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Porter, Gene Stratton. : Girl of the 
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Pryce, Richard : Christopher. 
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Rhodes, Harrison Garfield : Ad- 
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Rizal, Jose Protasio, 1861-1896: 
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the Spanish of Jose Rizal; tr. by 
Charles Derbyshire. Manila, Phil- 
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Social cancer; a complete 

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Roberts, Morley: Thorpe's way. 
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Robin, E. Gallienne: Jacquine of 
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Sheehan, Patrick Augustine: Gle- 
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Sheehan, Rev. Patrick Augustine : 
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My new curate; a story 

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Sienkiewicz, Henry: Quo Vadis: 
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authorized and unabridged transla- 
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Spottiswoode, Mrs. Sybil Gwendo- 
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Stoker, Bram (Abraham) : Dra- 
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Thackeray, William Makepeace: [ 
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To M. L. G. : or, He who passed. 
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N. Y., Dodd, Mead, 1912. T588fo 

Hadji Murad; tr. Aylmer 

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Waller, Mary Ella : My ragpicker. 
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Ward, Mrs. Mary Augusta (Ar- ; 
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White, Frederic Merrick: The 
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White, Stewart Edward : Sign at 
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Wlggin, Mrs. Kate Douglas 
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Wodehouse, Pelham Grenville : 
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Woodrow, Mrs. Nancy Mann 
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Wright, Harold Bell : Their yester- 
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the Ambrosian MS., with English 
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account of the most important 
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By Augustus Jacumin 

The lack of a military professional library was felt in the Philippines 
immediately after the American occupation, but nothing was done to fill 
this want until after the insurrection was over. Until then all the books 
available at headquarters and at military posts were limited to a few 
service manuals, reports, and some law books. As no large collection 
of books or library existed anywhere in the Islands, either for reference 
or special research, this want was strongly felt, especially by officers who 
were called upon to perform duties, outside the regular routine, requiring 
expert knowledge, such as survey work, bridge, road, and building con- 

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struction, etc. To meet this long-felt want the Military Information 
Division Library was organized in the early part of 1903, starting with 
a few T books transferred from the Adjutant General's Office, Philippine 
Division, and donated by officers of the Army. 

Owing to the paucity of library conveniences at that time, no strict 
limitation could be placed on the character of the books purchased, and 
the following rough estimate, by classes, of the books now in the library 
will serve to give an idea of the field covered : 

General works 150 

Military and naval science 2,100 

Religion (non-Christian).,. 40 

Sociology 1,425 

Useful arts :. 800 

Fine arts , 25 

Literature (all donated) 50 

Travel 2,300 

Biography 600 

History 730 

Public documents 1,200 

Total 9,420 

Since the annual appropriation for the purchase of books is very 
small, all the books now in the library, as far as possible, were selected 
with an eye to their permanent value. Consequently, the collection is 
especially rich in its professional military books and reference books on 
the Far East and the Far Eastern question. 

In classification the Dewey system has been followed for all works 
except the class of "military and naval science," for which the classification 
scheme for military books prepared in the Military Information Division, 
Adjutant General's Office, Document 204, has been used. 

The full privileges of the library are only allowed to officers of the 
Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Philippine Constabulary, but the general 
public is always welcome to consult, in the library, any of the books on 
its shelves. To officers stationed outside of Manila and those unable to call 
at the library, the books are sent by mail or through the Quartermaster's 
Department, on application. This privilege is thoroughly appreciated, as 
the circulation of over five hundred volumes per month will testify. 

As the majority of the library patrons are scattered throughout the 
Archipelago and reside at great distances from the library, and due, in 
some cases, to irregular means of communication, the library custom of 
fixing a general time limit for the retention of library books by patrons 
had to be departed from, and as a substitute for this rule patrons are 
impressed with the fact that the library has, in most cases, only one copy 
of each work, and that in justice to their fellow patrons they should not 
retain the books any longer than they really need them. This has been 
found to work satisfactorily and, as a general rule, is sufficient to secure 
the prompt return of the books. 

In addition to its books, the library subscribes to about fifty domestic 


and foreign military and scientific periodicals, which are bound as each 
volume is completed and placed on the library shelves. These are widely 
used by the officers. 

As is indicated by its name, the library forms a part of the office of 
the Military Information Division and is under the direct supervision of 
the staff officer in charge of that division. It is housed in one of the 
buildings of the historic old Spanish fort Santiago — the first building to 
the right after entering the stone gate of the Fort — and occupies about 
one-half of the floor space of the upper story of that building. Its books 
form valuable working tools for the class for whom it was established. 
On the other side a cordial reciprocity is enjoyed with the Philippine 
Library, so that the library is by no means restricted to the military class. 


In the recent session of the Philippine Legislature, an Act was passed 
authorizing the purchase by the Philippine Government of the Filipiniana 
Collection owned by the Compahia General de Tabacos de Filipinas in 
Barcelona, Spain. With the acquisition of this justly famous library 
which contains many of the rarest of all Filipiniana, the Philippine Li- 
brary will possess, beyond any question, the finest and most complete 
collection of Filipiniana in existence. Some of the pieces are so rare that 
the fortunate libraries owning them can be counted on the hand, while 
many are unique. Of one volume, the Zaragoza reprint of Morga's famous 
Sucesos, but two copies were ever bound. One of these is in the Ayer 
collection in Chicago, the other in the Barcelona collection. Two repre- 
sentatives of the Philippine Government will go to Barcelona immediately 
to make all preparations for the shipping of the books to Manila. The 
collection is described in Retana's three-volume work, Aparato Biblio- 
grdfico de la Historia General de Filipinas (Madrid, 1906). All acquisi- 
tions made to the collection, since the publication of the above work are 
included in the purchase. 

A metal stack with a capacity of about five hundred bound volumes 
of newspapers has recently been installed in the Library. Metal shelving 
is peculiarly suitable for the tropics, where anay and insect pests abound, 
and where dust proves so destructive to books. Stacks for bound volumes 
of magazines and for reference books have also been ordered and will be 
installed within a few months. 

The Library has opened its usual branch at the summer capital, 
ttaguio. About 2,000 volumes were sent thither from the main library 
in Manila; the greater part being fiction, although a generous supply of 
history and other serious books was included. The books are from the 
Circulating Division (American Circulating Library), with the excep- 
tion of about two hundred and fifty volumes from the Filipiniana Division. 




El Noli Me Tangere de Rizal. | 
Barcelona. Imp. Yberica de Fran- 
cisco Fossas. 1889. 38 pp. 21.5 cm. 

Elera. Casto de : Discurso leido en I 
la apertura anual de los Estudios j 
de la Real y Puntificia Universidad j 
de Santo Tomas de Manila el dia 2 j 
de Julio de 1884. Manila Estab. j 
Tip. del Colegio de Sto. Tomas. 
1884. 76 pp. 21.5 cm. j 

Elio, Vicente: (pseud Vicente 
Sanchez) : La Isla de Camiguin (dis- 
trito de Misamis) Breves apuntes j 
sobre la misma coleccionados y de- j 
dicados a La Oceania Espanola. j 
Manila, 1890. Estab. tip. de "La | 
Oceania Espanola'' 2 Real. 82 pp. j 
with 1 map. 15.5 cm. j 

Elliot, Charles B. : Annual Report 
of the Secretary of Commerce and 
Police for the year ended June 30, 
1910. Manila Bureau of Printing, 
1910. 37 pp. 23.5 cm. 

Encina, Francisco: Gramatica Bi- 
saya-Cebuana. Manila, Imp. de 
Amigos del Pais, Calle Real 7, 1885. 
44 pp. 1 1-23 cm. 

Entrala. F. de P.: Sin titulo. 
Manila, Estab. Tip. de Ramirez y 
Giraudier, Calle Magallanes 3, 1881. 
300 pp. 18 cm. 

Escalafon provisional de los fun- 
cionarios de la carrera administra- 
tiva de Ultramar. Manila, 1891. 
Estab. Tip. Lit. de Ramirez y Comp. 
Calle Magallanes Num. 1. 66 pp. 
24 cm. 

Escalera y Barreto, Jose de: Dis- 
curso leido en la solemne apertura 
de Tribunales de Filipinas el dia 2 
de Enero de 1887. Manila. Imp. 
de Plana y Ca. Escolta 29 dup. 
1877. 13 pp. 26 cm. 

Escobar y Lozano, Jaime: El In- 
dicador del Viajero en las Islas Fili- 
pinas. Primera Edicion. Manila 
Tip. Lit. de Chofre y Comp. Escolta 
29, 1885. 175 pp. 3 1. 21.5 cm. 

Escosura. Patricio de la: Memo- 

ria sobre Filipinas y Jolo. Redac- 
tada en 1863 y 1864. Ylustrada con 
un mapa. Madrid Imp. de Manuel 
G. Hernandez, 1882. 447 pp. 1 1. 
19.5 cm. 

Espejo, Zoilo: Cartilla de agricul- 
tura Filipina. Segunda edicion. 
Manila Imp. de Ramirez y Girau- 
dier. 1870. 103 pp. 14.5 cm. 

Espina, Miguel A. : Apuntes para 
hacer un libro sobre Jolo. Entre- 
sacados de lo escrito por Barrantes, 
Bernaldez, Escosura, Francia, Gi- 
raudier, Gonzalez Parrado, Pazos y 
otros varios. Manila Imp. y Lit. de 
M. Perez hijo. San Jacinto 30, Bi- 
nondo. 1888. 899 pp. 41 with 4 
maps. 22.5 cm. 

Espinosa de los Monteros y Sua- 
rez, Diego: El procedimiento crimi- 
nal. Compilacion de disposiciones 
sobre el enjuiciamiento en Filipinas, 
con notas, referencias, antecedentes, 
concordancias y jurisprudencia del 
Tribunal Supremo. 1897. Imp. 
Lit. Partier Manila, Plaza Sta. Ana 

6. 22.5 cm. 

Farewell Luncheon in honor of 
Senorita Lopez, October 5, 1903 in 
the rooms of the Twentieth Century 
Club. The Arakelyan Press. 364 
to 372 Congress Street, Boston, 
Mass. 1904. 31 pp. 21 cm. 

Farpon y Tuhon, Jose: Discurso 
leido en la apertura anual de los 
estudios de la Universidad de Sto. 
Tomas de Manila el dia 1 de Agosto 
de 1900. Manila Estab. tip. del Co- 
legio de Sto. Tomas. 1900. 128 pp. 

7. 1 1. 31 cm. 

Feced, Pablo: Filipinas. Esbozos 
y Pinceladas. Manila Estab. Tip. 
Magallanes 1, 1888. 361 pp. 1 1. 

Feced y Temprado, Jose: Manual 
del Gobernadorcillo en el ejercicio 
de sus atribuciones judiciales y es 
criturarias. Guia del hombre de ne- 
gocios en Filipinas. Manila Imp. de 
Ramirez y Giraudier, 1867. 388 pp 
22 cm. 



Fernandez Arias, Evaristo: Dis- 
curso leido en la apertura de estudios 
de la Real y Pontificia Universidad 
de Sto. Tomas de Manila, el dia 2 
de Julio de 1885. Manila Imp. del 
Real Colegio de Sto. Tomas. 1895. 
59 pp. 14 1. 29 cm. 

El Beato Sanz y Compane- 

ros Martires del orden de Predica- 
dores. Publica este libro la Provin- 
cia del Santisimo Rosario en las so- 
lemnes fiestas de su beatificucion. 
Manila 1893. Estab. Tip. del Co- 
legio de Sto. Tomas. 802 pp.+xxm 
with 1 map China provinces. 22 

Oracion funebre que en las 

solemnes exequias celebradas el 20 
de Diciembre del corriente afio, en 
sufragio del alma del Emmo. Sr. D. 
Fr. Zeferino Gonzalez, del Orden de 
Predicadores, pronuncio en la Igle- 
sia de Santo Domingo. Manila. 
Estab. Tip. de Colegio de Santo 
Tomas. 1894. 23 pp. 21.5 cm. 

Paralelo entre la conquista 

y domination de America y el des- 
cubrimiento y pacification de Fili- 
pinas. Memoria laureada en el cer- 
tamen celebrado en la Capital de Fili- 
pinas con motivo de la Conmemora- 
cion del cuarto centenario del des- 
cubrimiento de America. Imp. de 
la Viuda de M. Minuesa de los Rios. 
Miguel Servet 13, 1893. 62 pp. 2 1. 
20 cm. 

Fernandez Navarrete. Domingo: 
Tratados Historicos, politicos, ethi- 
cos y religiosos de la monarchia de 
China. Descripcion breve de aquel 
Imperio, y ejemplos raros de Empe- 
radores y Magistrados del. Con 
narracion difusa de varios succesos 
y cosas singulares de otros reynos y 
diferentes navegaciones. Anadense 
los decretos pontificios, y proposicio- 
nes calificadas en Roma para la Mi- 
sion Chinica, y una Bula de N. M. 
S. P. Clemente X en favor de los 
Missionarios. En Madrid. En la 
Imprenta Real Por Juan G. Tupan- 
con. A costa de Florian Amisson, 
Mercader de libros. Ano 1676. 518 
pp. 13 1. 28.5 cm. 

Fernandez, Giner Jose: Filipinas. 
Notas de viaje y de estancia. Ma- 
drid. Imp. Popular pza. del dos de 
Mayo, 4, 1889. 207 pp. 15.5 cm. 

Ferrando, Juan: Historia de los 
PP. Dominicos en las Islas Filipinas 
y en sus misiones del Japon, China, 
Tung-kin y Formosa, que comprende 
los sucesos principales de la Historia 
general de este Archipielago desde 
el descubrimiento y conquista de 
estas Islas por las flotas espanolas 
hasta el ano 1840. Madrid, 1870- 
1872. Imp. y Est. de M. Rivade- 
neira, Calle del Duque de Osuna 3, Vi 
vols. 22 cm. 


History (including political eco- 

Adams, George Burton: Civiliza- 
tion during the middle ages, especial- 
ly in relation to modern civilization. 
N. Y., Scribner, 1906. viii, 463 p. 


Growth of the French na- 
tion. N. Y., Macmillan, 1908. 350 
p. 944Adl7 

Adolphus, John: History of Eng- 
land from the accession of George 
the Third to the conclusion of peace 

in the year one thousand seven hun- 
dred and eighty-three. Lond., Ca- 
dell, Jun., and Davies, 1802. 3 vols. 


Alarcon, Pedro Antonio de: De 
Madrid a Napoles. Ed. 4. Madrid, 
Sucesores de Rivadeneyra, 1894. 2 
vols. 914A112d 

Alden, Percy: Democratic Eng- 
land. N. Y., Macmillan, 1912. xii, 
271 p. 331.8A122 

Alexander, John L. ed. : Boy train- 
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development. N. Y., Ass'n. Press, 
1912. xvi, 200 p. 364A126 

Anderson, Robert E. : Story of 
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Y., Appleton. 1908. 213 p. 


Ashley, William James, ed. : Brit- 
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mercial and industrial condition; a 
series of reviews for business men 
and students. Lond., Longmans, 
1911. xxviii, 275 p. 325As31 

Bagot, Richard: Italian Lakes. 
Lond., Black, [1908]. xi. 201 p. 


Barker, J. Ellis (former name O. 
Eltzbacker) : Modern Germany: her 
political and economic problems, her 
policy, her ambitions, and the causes 
of her success. N. Y., Dutton, 1905. 
ix, 346 p. 914.4B41 

Baro, Teodoro: Historia de Es- 
paiia. Ed. 4. Barcelona, Bastinos, 
1891. 576 p. 946B268 

Bates, E. S. : Touring in 1600 ; a 
study of the development of travel as 
a means of education. Bost., Hough- 
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Becquer, Gustavo Adolf o : Roman- 
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Bates and K. L. Bates. N. Y., 
Crowell, cl909. xxvii, 271 p. 


Belcher, Sir Edward: Narrative 
of a voyage round the world, per- 
formed in Her Majesty's ship Sul- 
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Lond., Colburn, 1843. 2 vols. 


Belfield, H. Conway, Comp : Hand- 
book of the Federated Malay States. 
Ed. 2. Lond., Stanford, 1904. 174 
p. 919.1B41 

Bell, Mrs. Arthur George : Nuren- 
berg. Lond., Black [1905]. ix, 
177 p. 914.33B413 

Bell, Aubrey F. G.: Magic of 
Spain. Lond. and N. Y., Lane, 1912. 
xiv, 264 p. 914.6B413 

Bingham, Denis Arthur: Bastile. 
N. Y., Pott, 1901. 2 vols. 944B513 

Botsford, George Willis: History 
of the ancient world. N. Y., Mac- 
millan, 1912. xxviii, 588 p. 


Bullock, Charles Jesse: Selected 
readings in public finance. Bost., 
Ginn., cl906. viii, 671 p. 


Burke, Edmund: Reflections on 
the revolution in France. Lond., 
Scott, n. d. xxvi, 314 p. 944.04B918 

Burton, Sir Richard Francis: 
Personal narrative of a pilgrimage 
to Al-Madinah and Mecca. Lond., 
Bell, 1907. 2 vols. (Bohn's Libra- 
ries.) 915.32B953 

Caine, William Ralph Hall: Isle 
of Man. Lond., Black, 1909. xvi, 
240 p. 914.2C123 

Castelar, Emilio: Europa en el 
ultimo trienio. Madrid, Oficinas de 
la Ilustracion Espanola y Ameri- 
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Guerras de America y Egyp- 

to. Madrid, Oficinas de la Ilustra- 
cion Espanola y Americana, 1883. 
322 p. 904C27 

Chamberlain, Houston Stewart : 
Foundations of the nineteenth cen- 
tury; tr. from the Ger. by J. Lees. 
N. Y., Lane, 1912. 2 vols. 901C355 

Chamberlain, Lawrence : Princi- 
ples of bond investment. N. Y., 
Holt, 1911. xiii, 551 p. 336.31C355 

Child labor legislation. In "An- 
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Clark, John Bates: Problem of 
monopoly : a study of a grave danger 
and of the natural mode of averting 
it. N. Y., Columbia Univ. Press; 
Lond., Macmillan, 1904. vi, 128 p. 
(Col. Univ. Lectures.) 338.8C547p 

Clark, John Bates; and Clark, 
John Maurice : Control of trusts. N. 
Y., Macmillan, 1912. xi, 202 p. 


Copping, Arthur E. : Journalist in 
the Holy Land: glimpses of Egypt 
and Palestine. N. Y., Revell, 1912. 
xiv, 248 p. 915.6C795 



Cotteau, Edmond: Un touriste 
dans PExtreme Orient. J a p o n, 
Chine, Indochine et Tonkin. Paris, 
Hachette, 1884. 448 p. 915C828 

Creighton, Mandell: Age of Eliz- 
abeth. Lond., Longmans, 1909. 
xviii, 236 p. (Epochs of modern 
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tional Textbook Co., n. d. 113 vols. 


Mackenzie, Thomas : Practical me- 
chanics applied to the requirements 
of the sailor. Ed. 2. Lond., Grif- 
fith, 1901. xii, 175 p. 620.1M196 

Malcolm, Charles W. : Textbook on 
graphic statics. Ed. 1. N. Y. and 
Chic, Clark, 1911. xii, 316 p. 


Meier-Graef e, Julius : Modern art : 
being a contribution to a new system 
of Aesthetics; tr. from the Ger. by 
F. Simmons, and G. W, Chrystal. 
Lond., Heinemann; N. Y., Putnam, 
1908. 2 vols. R750M475 

Meiklejohn, John Miller Dow: 
English grammar ; with chapters on 
composition, versification, para- 
phrasing, and punctuation. Bost., 
Health, 1907. iv, 268 p. 425M475e 

Miller, Ellen Robertson : Butterfly 
and moth book ; personal studies and 
observation of the more familiar 
species. N. Y., Scribner, 1912. 
xviii, 249 p. 595.78M612 

Morse, Irving Haskell: Calcula- 
tions used in cane-sugar factories; 
a practical system of chemical con- 
trol for Louisiana sugar-houses and 
other cane-producing countries. N. 
Y., Wiley, 1904. viii, 75 p. 


Ollendorff, Heinrich Gottfried : 
New method of learning to read, 

write and speak a language in six 
months, adapted to the Italian. 
Frankfort or M. Jugel, 1862., vi, 
542 p. 4550143 

Orton, James : Underground treas- 
ures: how and where to find them; 
a key for all the useful minerals 
within the U. S. New ed. Phila., 
Baird, 1887. 145 p. 5490rl 

Peckham, Stephen Farnum : Solid 
bitumens ; their physical and chemi- 
cal properties, and chemical analy- 
sis ; together with a treatise on bitu- 
minous pavements. N. Y. and Chic, 
Clark, 1909. viii, 324 p. 


Phillips, Andrew Wheeler; and 
Strong, Windall Melville: Elements 
of trigonometry; plane and spheri- 
cal. N.Y., Amer. Bk. Co., cl898. 
vi, 128 p. 514P539 

Plumb, Charles Sumner: Types 
and breeds of farm animals. Bost., 
cl906. x, 563 p. (Country life 
education series). 636P73 

Keuterdahl, Arvid: Theory and 
design of reinforced concrete arches : 
a treatise for engineers and techni- 
cal students. Chic, and N. Y., 
Clark, 1908. vi, 126 p. 691.3K318 

Romanes, George John: Darwin 
and after Darwin; an exposition of 
the Darwinian theory and a discus- 
sion of post-Darwinian questions. 
Chic, Open Court, 1906, 1910. 3 
vols. 575R66 

Serl, Emma: Primary language 
lessons. N. Y., Amer. Bk. Co., 
cl911. xi, 148 p. +372.6S65 

Seton, Ernest Thompson : Animal 

1 heroes ; being the histories of a cat, 

a dog, or pigeon, a lynx, two wolves 

and a reindeer. N. Y., Scribner, 

1905. 362 p. +504.2Se77 

Spencer, Guilford Lawson : Hand- 
book for cane-sugar manufacturers 
and their chemists. Ed. 4, rewrit- 
ten and enl. N. Y., Wiley; Lond., 
Chapman & Hall, 1909. viii, 331 p. 




Traub, Peter Edward: Spanish 
verb: with an introduction on Spa- 
nish pronunciation. N. Y., Chic, 
Amer. Bk. Co., cl910. vi, 209 p. 


Tyndall, Charles Herbert: Electri- 
city and its similitudes : the analogy 
of phenomena, natural and spritual. 
N. Y., Revell, cl902. 537.1T978 

Walker, John: Rhyming dictio- 
nary of the English language, in 
which the whole language is ar- 
ranged according to its termina- 
tions ; rev. and enl. by J. Longmuir. 
Lond. Routledge; N. Y., Dutton, n. d. 
Ixxii, 720 p. 426.6W151 

Wells, Webster: Essentials of al- 
gebra for secondary schools. Bost. 
Heath, 1899. vii, 358 p. 


Whitney, William Dwight: Life 
and growth of language; an outline 
of linguistic science. N. Y. and 
Lond., Appleton, 1911. vii, 327 p. 


Young, Filson : Wagner stories re- 
told from the music dramas by 
Filson Young, with metrical transla- 
tions of lyrical portions, by Eric 
Maclagan. N. Y., Holt, 1911. iii, 
304 p. 780.4Y86w 


Aesopus : Book of fables .... 
Complete with text based upon Crox- 
all, La Fontaine and FEstrange with 
copious additions. N. Y., Allison, 
n. d. 249 p. + 398Ae88 

Bardeen, C. W. : Fifty fables for 
teachers. Syracuse, Bardeen, cl910. 
164 p. +398B23 

Bennett, Arnold: Feast of St. 
Friend: a Christmas book. N. Y., 
Doran, cl911. 117 p. +394B43f 

Brooks, Edward: Story of Sieg- 
fried. Phila., Penn, Pub. Co., 1909. 
391 p. +398B79s 

Story of the Faerie Queen. 

Phila., Penn. Pub. Co., 1908. 418 p. 


Story of Tristram. Phila., 

Penn. Pub. Co., 1903. 334 p. 


Brooks, Edward: Wonder stories 
from the Mabinogion. Phila., 
Penn. Pub. Co., 1909. xx, 338 p. 

+ 398B79m 
Coussens, Penrhyn W. : One thou- 
sand books for children. Chic, Mc- 
Clurg, 1911. xx, 224 p. 


Edmison, John P.: Stories from 
the Norseland. Phila., Penn. Pub. 
Co., 1909. 337 p. +398Ed55s 

Gawne, John Moore, tr. : Summer 
night's dream; tr. from the Ger. 
Kansas City, Hudson Press, 1908. 
168 p. 355.4G248 

Grimm, Jacob Ludwig Karl; and 
Grimm, K. L. : Popular fairy tales. 
N. Y., Burt, n. d. iv, 397 p. 

+ 398G8822 

Irving, Washington : Selections 
from the Sketch-book. N. Y., Amer. 
Bk. Co., cl901. 196 p. +827Ir8sk6 

Johnston, Mary: Goddess of rea- 
i son. Bost., Houghton, 1907. 234 p. 


Lane, Mrs. John: Talk of the 

town. Lond. and N. Y., Lane, 1911. 

! 323 p. 824L24 

Lillo, Baldomero : Sub sole. San- 
tiago de Chile, Imp. i Encuaderna- 
cion Universitaria, 1907. 864L628 

Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth: 
Poems. N. Y., Hurst., n. d., 489 p. 


Macaulay, Thomas Babington: 

Lays of ancient Rome ; ed. by M. H. 

Shackford. Bost., Heath, 1910. xv, 

! 115 p. 821M1I9 

Ozaki, Yei Theodora: Japanese 

! fairy tales. N. Y., Burt, 1908. vii, 

305 p. +3980zl 

Robbins, Edwin Clyde: High 
I School debate book. Chic, McClurg, 
! 1911. x, 229 p. 328.1E534 

| Roosevelt, Theodore: Strenuous 
I life; essays and addresses. N. Y., 
| Century, 1905. 332 p. 304R677 

! Sanborn, Kate: Abandoning an 
I adopted farm. N. Y., Appleton, 
I 1906. 185 p. 824Sa51 



Stories of chivalry retold from St. 
Nicholas. N. Y., Century, 1909. 
viii, 192 p. + 398C333c 

Stories of classic myths retold 
from St. Nicholas. N. Y., Century, 
1909. vii, 195 p. +290C333 

Stories of royal children retold 
from St. Nicholas. N. Y., Century, 
1909. vii, 196 p. +920C333 

Stories of the ancient world retold 
from St. Nicholas. N. Y., Century, 
1909. 197 p. + 398C333a 

Tennyson, Afred: Complete poe- 
tical works. N. Y., Hurst, n. d. 
730 p. 821T258x5 

Thomas, Ralph Wilmer: Manual 
of debate. N. Y., Amer. Bk. Co., 
cl910. 224. p. 374.2T361 

Trowbridge, John Townsend : 
Poetical Works. Bost, Houghton, 
cl903. viii, 360 p. 821T759 

Wetherill, Mrs. Julia Klein (Ba- 
ker) : Wandering joy. N. Y., B'd- 
way Pub. Co., 1911. 172 p. 


Whittier, John Greenleaf : Poems. 
N. Y., Hurst, n. d. 458 p. 


Winter, William : Shakespeare on 
the stage. N. Y., Moffat, 1911. 
564 p. 822.33W734 


Altsheler, Joseph Alexander : Can- 
didate; a political romance. N. Y. 
and Lond., Harper, 1905. A179c 

Forest runners; a story of 

the great war trail in early Ken- 
tucky. N. Y., Appleton, 1908. 


Free rangers; a story of 

early days along the Mississipi. N. 
Y. and Lond., Appleton, 1909. 


Herald of the West: an 

American story of 1811-1815, N. Y., 
Appleton, 1909. A179h 

In circling camps: a ro- 
mance of the civil war. N. Y. 
Appleton, 1909. A179i 

Altsheler, Joseph Alexander : 
Last of the chiefs: a story of the 
great Sioux war. N. Y. and Lond., 
Appleton, 1909. +A1791 

Sign of Saratoga : a romance 

of Burgoyne's surrender. N. Y., 
Appleton/ 1907. A179s 

Wilderness road : a romance 

of St. Clair's defeat and Wayne's 
victory. N. Y., Appleton, 1908. 


Young trailers: a story of 

early Kentucky. N. Y., Appleton, 
1907. ' + A179y 

Badcoek, Mrs. Winifred (Eaton; 
Onoto Watanna, pseud.) : Honor- 
able Miss Moonlight. N. Y. and 
Lond., Harper, 1912. B14h 

Begbie, Harold: Ordinary man 
and the extraordinary thing, Lond., 
N. Y., and Toronto, Hadder, n. d. 


Brown, Abbie Farwell: Christ- 
mas angel : Bost. and N. Y., Hough- 
ton, 1910. +B8106c 

Canfield, Dorothy: Squirrel-cage: 
N. Y., Holt, 1912. ' C1622s 

Davis, Richard Harding: Red 
Cross girl. N. Y., Scribner, 1912. 


De Morgan, William Frend : Like- 
ly story. N. Y, Holt, 1911. 
I D39971 

Herrick, Robert: Web of life. 
j N. Y., Macmillan, 1908. H4346s 

I Jordan, Humphrey Robertson: 
I Joyous wayfarer. N. Y. and Lon- 
| don, Putnam, 1912. J7624J 

1 Kernahan, Mrs. Coulson: Hired 
| girl. Lond., G. Bell, n. d. K459h 

I Kester, Vaughan : Fortunes of the 

I Landrays. Indianapolis. Bobbs- 

Merrill, cl912. K489f 

Le Queux, William: As we for- 
give them. Lond., Melbourne and 
Toronto, Ward, 1912. L5596a 

I Lynde, Francis: Scientific Spra- 
gue. N. Y., Scribner, 1912. 


Masefield, John : Street of to-day. 
i N. Y., Dutton, cl911. M38st 



Miller, Alice (Duer; Mrs. Henry 
Wise Miller) : Blue arch. N. Y., 
Scribner, 1910. M6119b 

Morris, William : Story of the glit- 
tering plain which has been also 
called the land of living men or the 
acre of the undying. Lond., and 
Bombay, Longmans, 1905. M8346st 

Monroe, Kirk : White conquerors : 
a tale of Toltec and Aztec. N. Y., 
Scribner, 1910. M9267w 

Newbolt, Henry: Taken from the 
enemy. Lond., Lippincott, 1911. 


Page, Gertrude : Rhodesian. 
Lond., Hurst and Blackett, 1912. 


Porter, Gene Stratton: Harve- 
ster. N. Y., Doubleday, 1912. 


Powers, Thomas J. : Garden of the 
sun : a novel. Bost., Small, cl911. 


Randolph, Mrs. Evelyn S. Leger 
(Savile; Evelyn St. Ledger, pseud.) : 
Shape of the world. N. Y. and 
Lond., Putnam, 1912. 111598s 

Reynolds, Mrs. Fred: Gifted 
name. Lond. N. Y. and Toronto, 
Hodder & Stoughton, n. d. K334g 

Schwartz, Julia Augusta: Bea- 

trice Leigh at college: a story for 
girls. Phila., Penn. Pub. Co., 1910. 


Smith, Francis Hopkinson : Arm- 
chair at the inn. N. Y., Scribner, 
1912. Sm56a 

Smith, Horace Herbert: Captain 
unafraid : the strange adventures of 
Dynamite Johnny O'Brien as set 
down by Horace Smith. N. Y., and 
Lond., Harper, 1912. Sm586c 

Thurston, Ernest Temple: Thir- 
teen. Lond., Chapman & Hall, 
1912. T4274t 

Vernede, R. E. : Quietness of Dick. 
N. Y., Holt, 1911. V5949q 

White Stewart Edward: Sign at 
six. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 
cl912. W5856s 

Whitechurch, Victor L. : Off the 
main road: a village comedy. N. 
Y., Baker & Tailor n. d. W58692o 

Wiggin, Mrs. Kate Douglas 
(Smith; Mrs. George Christopher 
Riggs) : Penelope's progress; being 
such extracts from commonplace 
book of Penelope Hamilton as relate 
to her experiences in Scotland. 
Sequel to Penelope's English ex- 
periences and followed by Penelope's 
Irish experiences. Bost. and N. Y., 
Houghton, cl898. W639pe 




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List of works in the Filipiniana Division relating to the 
study of the linguistics of the Philippine Islands. 
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By Bessie A. Dwyer 

In the stirring days of 1900 an American army woman, Mrs. Charles 
R. Greenleaf, feeling the need of a library in Manila, and wishing to com- 
memorate the deeds of the soldiers and sailors of the United States Army 
and Navy who fell in battle in the Orient — or died the harder death of 
peace — with the interest and financial assistance of some of her country- 
women and aided by her husband, Gen. Charles R. Greenleaf, and by 
Gen. John Miley, U. S. Army, founded the American Circulating Library 
of Manila. Mrs. Nelly Young Egbert was appointed Librarian, and with 
rare ability and unselfish devotion carried out the plan of the founders. 



The ten memorial libraries or alcoves, which are now so interesting a 
feature of the library, were introduced in 1900. 

The first one presented was the Egbert Memorial. It was established 
to commemorate that gallant officer, Gen. Harry C. Egbert, U. S. Army, 
killed at the head of his troops in the battle of Malinta, March 26, 1899. 
His friends in his native city, Philadelphia, originated this tribute to his 
qualities as citizen and soldier. It contains only books pertaining to 
American history. Mrs. Egbert later on added her husband's set of United 
States Rebellion Records. For many years these books on American 
history represented the best open collection of their kind in what a distin- 
guished literatiis has called "our farthest frontier." 

The Miley Memorial was presented in memory of Gen. John Miley, 
who served in the Philippine Islands and died there in 1899, by his widow 
and friends in the United States. The books are on general subjects 
and convey the impression of rare literary discretion in selection. They 
are the best editions of choice books. 

The Ward Cheney Memorial is a tribute to Lieut. Ward Cheney, 
Fourth U. S. Infantry, who fell in action at Puerta Julian, Cavite Province, 
January 7, 1900, and was presented by his family. It is mainly composed 
of books of travel, and is a faithful reproduction of "those silent friends" 
read by the brilliant young officer. 

The Liscum Memorial was the gift of Mrs. E. H. Liscum, in memory 
of her husband, Gen. E. H. Liscum, U. S. Army, killed while leading the 
charge in the rescue of the besieged legations, July 13, 1900, at Tientsin, 
China. The Manila Aid Society also presented some books to this me- 
morial. It is composed of general literature. 

The Guy Howard Memorial was placed to commemorate Col. Guy 
Howard, quartermaster, U. S. Army, son of Gen. O. O. Howard. He was 
killed October 22, 1899, on the Rio Grande, in the island of Luzon, Philip- 
pines. It was presented by his widow, and is of a miscellaneous character. 

Gen. and Mrs. Charles R. Greenleaf, U. S. Army, on their return to 
the United States in 1901, sent the Greenleaf Memorial to the Library in 
Manila, to commemorate the service of "Deceased Medical Officers, United 
States Army." It now stands, not only as a memorial to his comrades 
in the Medical Corps, but also to General Greenleaf himself, who in 1911 
passed to the great beyond. This alcove is historical and especially strong 
in standard biography. It also contains a partial set of the Rebellion 
Records. Opposite to the collection a picture of General Greenleaf seems 
to keep guard over his generous donation. 

The Red Cross Society of California, the society donating the first 
thousand books which started the American Circulating Library, later 
founded a memorial alcove in memory of the members of the California 
regiment who had yielded up their lives in field and hospital — the California 
Red Cross Memorial. 

Informed by Mrs. Egbert of this act one of the chapters of the D. A. R., 
in 1901, gave the Ohio Memorial, which bears their name, in memory of 



the soldiers who had joined the bivouac of the dead in the lands beyond 
the Pacific. 

This was followed, in 1902, by a gift from the Virginia D. A. R. who 
paid the same loving tribute to the Virginia dead. 

The Montana Chapter, D. A. R., interested in this patriotic work by 
Maj. George P. Ahern, U. S. Army, one of the original library trustees, 
presented an alcove in memory of the dead of the Montana volunteers. 
These four memorials are catholic in character inasmuch as they cover 
many divisions of human knowledge and represent what is best in literature 
upon specific subjects. 

All these gifts are marked by tablets of bronze or brass. To them 
have been added a bookplate for the Ohio Alcove, designed by Mrs. Rath- 
Merrill, an Ohio D. A. R.; a bookplate given to the Egbert Memorial by 
Mrs. Herman Hall ; framed copies of each plate ; oil portraits of Generals 
Liscum and Egbert, presented by Mr. George C. Sellner, a member of 
the former Library Board ; a crayon portrait of Mrs. L. M. Maus, formerly 
a member of the board, presented by Col. L. M. Maus, U. S. Army ; and 
large photographs of Colonel Howard, General and Mrs. Greenleaf, and 
General Egbert. 

If, as Disraeli, the premier of Great Britain, said: "A book may be 
as great a thing as a battle/' then the dynamic force which was located 
in Manila to be released through the influence of these books, ranging 
over the gamut of human activities, has far transcended the power et vie 
et armis. 

Upon them, as a corner stone, was erected the Circulating Library, 
which has passed into the Philippine Library and which bids fair to become 
to future generations the Philippine National Library. 

Let tribute be paid where it belongs. It belongs to American women. 
Bereaved, war shaken, and wrung, they stretched forth generous hands. 
The Philippine Government has kept these memorials apart, segregated, 
and individualized in the Library. They are given the post of honor in the 
watch and ward of the books over the minds of men and women of all 
races who seek their counsel. 


Fite, Vital: Las desdichas de la 
Patria. Politicos y frailes. Nues- 
tra decadencia. Insurrecciones de 
Cuba y Filipinas. Guerra y cen- 
sura militar. Perdidas y responsa- 
bilidades. Exposiciones a S. M. la 
Reina Regent e. Patriotismo. 
Nuestra regeneracion. Programa 
de Gobierno. Madrid, Rojas, 1899. 
-61 p. 26 cm. 


Francia, Benito: De cana y nipa 
(materiales ligeros) Manila, Rami- 
rez, 1893. 229 p. 22 cm. 

Garcia, Alcocer: Martin: Carta 
pastoral sobre la unidad catolica. 
Manila, Colegio de Sto. Tomas, 1902. 
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Garcia, Lopez; Rafael: Manual 
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secular embroidery. N. Y., Button, 

1912. xiv, 202 p. 746J825 

Jutsum, J. Netherclift: Knots, 
bends, splices with tables of 
strengths of ropes, etc., and wire 
rigging. 78 p. 796.6J987 

Kellogg, Amos Markham: Practi- 
cal dialogues for school entertain- 
ment. Phila. Penn. Pub. Co., 1910. 
130 p. 793K291 

King, Franklin Hiram: Farmers 
of forty centuries. Madison, King, 
1911. ix, 441 p. 630K582 

Kyle, J. A. : Bands and music for 
boy scouts. Lond., Pearson, n. d. 
54 p. 796.6K984 

Lopez Toral, Fernando : Tesora de 
la eontabilidad mercantil. Zarago- 
za, Vill agrasa, 1883. 457 p. 


Martindale, Thomas: With gun 
and guide. Lond., Laurie, (1910). 
337 p. 799M366 

Mendoza y Rios, Jose de: Espli- 
cacion de las tablas de navegacion 
y astronomia nautica. Madrid, Ale- 
gria 1851. 548 p. R527M523 

Murray, Fred W. : Astronomy, 
simply explained for beginners. 
Glasgow, Brown, n. d. 60 p. 


Olcott, William Tyler: Star lore 
of all ages: A collection of myths, 
legends and facts. N. Y.,, Putnam, 
1911. xxii, 453 p. 523.8012 

O'Reilly, Mary : Evangeline enter- 
tainment. Chic, Flanagan, cl905. 
47 p. +7930r3 

Papillon, F. : Historia de un rayo 
de sol. Madrid, Gaspar y Roig, n. d. 
204 p. 523.7P198 

Perfect scout. Lond., Gale, 
(1910). 64 p. 796.6Blp 

Powell, Robert Stephenson Smyth 
Baden : Aids to scouting for N. C. O. 
and men. Lond., Gale, (1909). 
178 p. 796.6P871a 

Pritchard, Polly Ann (Delia A. 
Heywood) : Pritchard's choice dia- 
logues. Chic, Flanagan Co., cl898. 
128 p. 793P936 

Rook, E. C: & Rook, Elizabeth, 
J.: Drills and marches. Phila., 
Penn. Pub. Co., 1911. 128 p. 


Saving life. Lond., Gale, (1910). 
56 p. 796.6Bls 

Scoutcraft. Lond., Gale, (1910). 
65 p. 796.6B1 

Scoutmaster : Scout's secret code 
(Glasgow), Brown, n. d. 100 p. 


Scouts' alphabet of notes and 
queries. Ed. 3. Lond., Gale, 
(1907). 87 p. 796.6F639 

Seamanship. Lond., Gale, (1910). 
68 p. 796.6Blse 



Shoemaker, Charles Chalmers, 
comp : Humorous dialogues and dra- 
mas. Phila., Penn. Pub. Co., 1911. 
185 p. +793Sh731h 

Ed. : Young folks' dialogues. 

Phila., Penn. Pub. Co., 1911. 120 p. 


Shoemaker, J. W. ed. : Choice dia- 
logues. Phila., Penn. Pub. Co., 
1911. 181 p. +793Sh73e 

Sindelar, Joseph Charles, comp: 
Thanksgiving entertainments. 
Chic, Flanagan, cl906. 144 p. 


Smith, Joshua: Christmas gems 
for reading and recitation. Chic, 
Flanagan. cl888. 124 p. 


Taylor, Henry Charles : Introduc- 
tion to the study of agricultural 
economics. N. Y., Macmillan, 1911. 
viii, 327 p. 630T21 

Things all scouts should know. 
Ed. 2. Lond., Pearson, 1911. 164 
p. 796.6T348 

Tracking and pathfinding. Lond., 
Gale, (1910). 62 p. 796.6Blt 

Turpin, Edna Henry Lee : Stories 
from American history for supple- 
mentary reading. N. Y., Maynard, 
cl904. 191 p. +973T864 

Valledor, Venancio Gonzalez; and 
Chavarri, Juan: Programa de un 
curso elemental de f isica y nociones 
de quimica. Madrid, Imp., del Cole- 
gio de sordomundos y ciegos, 1868. 
478 p. 530V241 

Waite, H. : comp. : How to keep fit, 
or, The soldiers'guide to health, in 
field, camp, and quarters. Ed. 2. 
Lond., Gale, (1909). 60 p. 


Woodcraft for boy scouts. Lond., 
Gale (1910). 70 p. 796.6Blw 

Zurcher y Margolle: Los metero- 
res. Tr. del frances por J. Coreleu. 
Paris, Hachette, 1870. iii, 296 p. 
(Biblioteca de las maravillas.) 



Baker, Josephine Turck: Correct 
business letter writing and business 
English. Chicago Correct E n g . , 
Pub. Co., C1911. 205 p. 425.3B174b 

Correct English. Baltimore 

Sadler-Rowe Co., el907. 263 p. 


Correct preposition : how to 

use it. Chic, Correct Eng. Pub. 
Co., C1911. 169 p. 425.9B174p 

Correct word : how to use it. 

Chic, Correct Eng. Pb. Co., cl910. 
235 p. 425.3B174w 

Brachet, A.; & Dussouchet, J.: 
Grammaire francaise. Paris, Ha- 
chette, 1889. 370 p. 445B723 

Buckbee, Sarah E.: Cartilla con- 
teniendo ejercicios completes de la 
articulacion y de todas las dificulta- 
des del deletreo y del sonido que se 
encuentran en la lectura primaria; 
tr. en espanol por C. H. Huidobro. 
Bost, Heath, 1900. iv, 159 p. 


Bullen, George W. : Standard 
course of Esperanto. Lond., Cassell, 
1907. 101 p. 408.9B873 

Cart, Th. : First lessons in Espe- 
ranto; done into English by Joseph 
Rhodes. Ed. 3. Lond., Rev. of 
Rev., n. d. 28 p. 408.9C24 

Complete manual of the interna- 
tional language; seen and approved 
by the secretaries. Lond., Pitman, 
1909. 68 p. 408.9C738 

Hugon, P. D. : Practical grammar 
and exercises (Esperanto) Lond., 
Pitman, 1908. xv, 123 p. 


McClennan, Edgar A. : transl. and 
ed. : Ehoj el Manila; andotaj pere 
de originaloj kaj tradukoj en Espe- 
ranto. Manila, The author, 1911. 
99 p. 408.9M132 

Motteau, A. : Graduated exercises 
in Esperanto; with key. Ed. 2. 
Lond., Brit. Esperanto Ass'n, 1907. 
46 p. 408.9M858 



Noel; & Chapsal: Abrege de 
grammaire frangaise. N. Y., Lock- 
wood, n. d. 234 p. 445N682 

Ollendorff, Heinrich Gottfried : 
New method of learning to read, 
write and speak the German lan- 
guage in six months. Frankfort. 
0. M., Jugel, 1839. 390 p. 4350143m 

Thibaut, A. : Nouveau dictionnaire 
frangais-allemand et allemand-fran- 
§ais. Ed. 5. Brunswick, Wester- 
mann, 1869. 618+587 p. 433T346 

Toclo el esperanto y el modo de 
aprenderlo leyendo una pequena his- 
toria. n. p., n. d. 24 p. 408.9T569 




Adelung, Johann Christoph: Mi- 
thridates oder allgemeine Sprachen- 
kunde mit dem Vater Unser als 
Sprachprobe in beynahe f unf hundert 
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Ang Wikang Tagalog. In "Mu- 
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Alter, Franz Carl: Ueber die 
tagalische Sprache. Wien, ge- 
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Apacible, Sinforoso: Casaysayan 
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sa uicang tagalog. Primera edi- 
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Arellano, Florentina: La ense- 
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Arinez, Agustin M. de: Dicciona- 
rio Hispano-Kanaka 6 sea modesta 
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huerfanos de Ntra. Sra. de Conso- 
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Artigas y Cu6rva, Manuel: La 
Lengua tagala. The tagalog lan- 
guage (English translation by Paul 
L. Stangl) Manila 1908. Imp. Ger- 
mania. 46 p. 26.5 cm. 

Ydiomas. In "Instituciones 

Filipinas" Manila 1908. Imp. Ger- 
mania. pp. 26-42. 

Barrows, David P.: Languages 
of the Malayan Peoples. The Taga- 
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Perez, Hijo. S. Jacinto, 30 Binon- 
do, 1892. 54 p. 1 1. 21.5 cm. 

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nol. Manila Tipo. Litografia Cho- 
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Bergano, Diego: Arte de la Len- 
gua Pampanga. Con las licencias 
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tian Lopez Sabino. Ano de 1729. 
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Vocabulario de la lengua 

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Blumentritt, Ferdinand : Alphabe- 
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School Libraries in the Philippines ----- 143 

Library notes ---------- 145 

Duplicates in the Filipiniana Division offered for sale 

or exchange - 145 

Recent Accessions - 147 

List of works in the Filipiniana Division relating to the 

study of the linguistics of the Philippine Islands. 

Part II - - 153 






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GREGORIO Araneta, Secretary of Finance and Justice 
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Grant T. Trent, Justice of the Supreme Court 

Lawrence E. Griffin, Associate Professor of Zoology, and Dean, 
College of Liberal Arts, University of the Philippines 
Secretary : 

McQueen S. Wightman. 


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Syrena McKee, Chief Cataloguer 

BESSIE A. Dwyer, Chief, Circulating Division (American Circulating 

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During the last six or eight years the library movement in the Philip- 
pine schools has developed into an important factor among the aids 
to education. Beginning as it did in a tentative effort to gather a few 
books together in a convenient place for the use of students, it has now 
reached the stage where "our library" is a matter of pride with nearly every 
student. Few schools in Manila are so unprogressive as not to own some 
sort of a library usually provided by the work of the students them- 
selves, while the movement has spread to the provinces, making such 
rapid headway that nearly a year ago the Bureau of Education found it 
necessary to get out a bulletin of 40 pages entitled "Libraries for Phil- 
ippine Public Schools." 



This is a very creditable publication and gives exact information as to 
the establishing and conducting of school libraries. It gives information as 
to the purchase of books, the care of them in the library, the loaning of 
them, and even includes a classification system, based on that of the 
Library of Congress, that can be developed and merged into the Library 
of Congress system if the library attains a size requiring greater 
expansion. There is also included lists recommended for purchase for 
intermediate and high schools. 

This bulletin has been the outcome of an effort to make school libra- 
ries uniform in their system of cataloguing and it has also served to famil- 
iarize the student with library methods so that he can use the more 
general libraries intelligently. 

Too much can not be said of the benefit these small libraries have been 
to the schools. From the primary schools, with their 150 to 200 volumes, 
to the Manila High School, now possessing a library of almost 4,000 
volumes, the benefit has been in proportion to the number of books in the 
libraries — for the greater number of books the greater the value of the 

Of course all students do not take books from the libraries, but the per 
cent of those who do is large enough to convince one that the library is a 
very useful adjunct to the schoolroom. The v class of books contained in 
these school libraries is usually along the lines presumed to be most help- 
ful to the students using them, though in many cases books purely for 
recreation are added to the number. 

These last, though providing entertainment, are of such a nature as to 
bestow a benefit while amusing, as they are usually chosen for their pure 
and simple language and are clean stories simply told. In the high and 
normal schools certain fiction is included as being necessary to the study 
of literature. 

In the Manila Normal School a limit of three days is put on books 
taken from the library, but in the Manila High School a student is al- 
lowed the use of a book for two weeks, with the ordinary fine of 
5 centavos a day for failure to return it at the end of that time. Now, 
the normal school has a library of 2,000 volumes while the high school 
owns nearly 4,000, thus again demonstrating the fact that the more books 
the greater the service to each pupil. 

The writer takes a personal interest in these school libraries, as she 
has seen the start and has helped the progress of many of them. She 
knows how both teachers and pupils have worked to establish them, has 
attended many entertainments where the proceeds were used for the 
purchase of library books, and has prepared and assisted to put into ef- 
fect classification schemes and loan systems both in Manila and the 

The Bureau of Education can advance its work in no better way than 
to continue its encouragement and assistance to these libraries. 




Dr. Robertson, who sailed February 25 for Barcelona to take over 
the Tabacalera Library recently purchased by the Philippine Government, 
reports a pleasant voyage as far as Colombo, which place he passed on the 
7th of March. Dr. Robertson has authority to spend an additional ?*2,000 
in the further purchase of Spanish books, which he will have shipped with 
the larger library. 

Mrs. Elmer, who is in charge of the Baguio Branch, reports the re- 
moval of the library from its former rooms in the Constabulary Head- 
quarters to two pleasant rooms in the Department of Interior Building, 
where the light is better and the space greater than in the old quarters. 
The window looks out on Santo Tomas instead of Mirador as formerly, 
but loses nothing in beauty thereby. 

Mr. Potter of the Bureau of Education has been gathering up books 
to form a library for the Teachers' Camp in Baguio. He succeeded in 
getting nearly 1,000 volumes from different sources, and residents of the 
Teachers' Camp will have the privilege of using them. 


Gutierrez y Salazar, Pedro: Las 
proscripciones de Sila (remedo de) 
en Filipinas por el Excmo. Sr. D. 
Carlos Maria de la Torre. Madrid, 
Gamayo, 1870. 101 p. 23 cm. 

Herbella y Perez, Manuel : Manual 
de construcciones y fortificacion de 
campana en Filipinas. Madrid, Me- 
morial de Ingenieros, 1882. 400 p. 
19.5 cm. 

Herrero Casimiro: Resena que 
demuestra el fundamento y causas 
de la insurreccion del 20 de Enero 
en Filipinas, con los medios de evi- 
tarla en lo sucesivo. Escrita en 
conformidad con la opinion de todos 
los espanoles, por uno de larga re- 
sidencia en el pais. Madrid, Mar- 
tinez, 1872. 129 p. 19 cm. 

Herzog, Maximilian: A fatal in- 
fection by a hitherto undescribed 
chromogenic bacterium : bacillus au- 
reus faetidus. Manila, Bureau of 
Printing, 1904. 16 p. 23 cm. 

Herzog, Maximilian : The plague : 
Bacteriology, Morbid, Anatomy, 
mitopathology including a consider- 
ation of insects as plague carriers. 
Manila, Bureau of Printing, 1904. 
149 p. 16 plates. 23 cm. 

Jacas, Hermenegildo : Curso de 
legislacion vigente de instruccion 
primaria en Filipinas. Acomodado 
al Programa oficial de esta asigna- 
tura en la Escuela Normal Superior 
de Maestros de Manila. Manila, 
Marty, 1894. 86 p. 

Jagor, F. : Viajes por Filipinas. 
Traducidos del aleman, por S. Vidal 
y Soler. Madrid, Aribau, 1895. 
400 p. 23.5 cm. 

Jernegan, Prescott F. : A short 
history of the Philippines. With 
illustrations. Manila, Van Buskirk, 
219 p. 19 cm. 

Jimeno Agius. Jose: Memoria so- 
bre el desestanco del tabaco en las 
Islas Filipinas dirigida al Excmo. Sr. 



Ministro de Ultramar por el Ilmo. 
Sr. Intendente general de Hacienda 
Ptiblica de las mismas, en virtud de 
orden de S. A. el Regente del Reino, 
fecha 6 de Septiembre de 1870. Bi- 
nondo, Gonzalez Moras, 1871. 44 p. 
26.5 cm. 

Jordana y Morera, Ramon: Bos- 
quejo geografico e historico-natural 
del Archipielago Filipino. Publi- 
cado de Real Orden en vista del j 
favorable informe de la Real Acade- 
mia de Ciencias Exactas, Fisicas y 
Naturales. Madrid, Moreno y Ro- 
jas, 1885. 461 p., 12 plates. 31.5 

Kern, H.: Sanskritsche woorden 
in het Tagala. Leiden, 1880. 10 p. 
22.5 cm. 

Keyser y Mufioz. Antonio de : Me- 
dios que el gobierno y la Sociedad 
Economica de Amigos del Pais de 
Filipinas, pueden emplear para obte- 
ner el desarrollo de la agricultura 
en el pais. Memoria para obtar al 
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t^ xj. n i-i nu .«. -p T3 a Vance, Louis Joseph: Destroying 

Pattullo, George: Sheriff of Bad- ; A j Bogt um 1912 y2m 

ger ; a tale of the southwest border- 6 ' ' 

land. N. Y. and Lond., Appleton, | Waller, Mary Ella: Cry in the 

1912 P2787s wilderness, Bost., Little, 1912. 


Redfield, Martin, (pseud) : My 
love and I. N. Y., Macmillan, 1912. 


Rice, Mrs. Alice Caldwell 
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hill. N. Y., Century, 1912. R36r 

Rinehart, Mary Roberts: Where 
there's a will. Indianapolis, Bobbs- 
Merrill, cl912. E472wh 

Scott, John Reed: First hurdle 
and others. Phila. and Lond., Lip- 
pincott, 1912. Sco846f 

Sinclair, May: Helpmate. N. Y., 
Holt, 1907. Si618h 

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Smith, Francis Hopkinson: Arm- 
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1912. Sm56ar 

Spearman, Frank, Hamilton : 
Mountain divide. N. Y., Scribner, 
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Terhune, Albert Payson : Woman ; 
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Walter, Eugene : Great issue. N. 
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Wells, Carolyn: Patty's butterfly 
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Wharton, Mrs. Edith Newbold 
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Whitechurch, Victor L. : Left in 
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Williamson, Charles Norris; and 
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the 800 or 900 officers and employees of the Government sent to Baguio, 
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MacClintock, Samuel: The Phil- Mallat, J.: Les Philippines, His- 
ippines. A Geographical Reader, toire, Geographie, Mseurs agricul- 
New York American Book Com- ture, industrie et commerce des 
pany, 1903. 105 pp. 18.5 cm. colonies espagnoles dans l'Oceame. 

! Paris Imprimerie de Madame 

Malo de Luque, Eduardo: His- Veuve., 1846. 2 vols. 23.5 cm. 
toria politica de los establecimien- Manual de la infancia para las 
tos ultramarinos de las naciones clases de ensenanza primaria. For 
europeas. En Madrid. Por D. j los PP. de la Compania de Jesus. 
Antonio de Sancha. A n o d e Tip.-Lit. de Chofre y Comp. Ma- 
MDCCLXXXIV. 5 vols. 20 cm. nila. 50 pp. 17 cm. 



Marcilla y Martin, Cipriano: Es- 
tudio de los antiguos alfabetos. 
Malabon Tip. Lit. del Asilo de Huer- 
fanos, 1895. 107 pp. 8 plates. 
29.5 cm. 

Marche, Alfred: Lucon et Palao- 
uan six annees de voyages aux 
Philippines. Ouvrage contenant 68 
gravures et 2 cartes. Paris Lib- 
raire Hachette et Cie., 79 Boulevard 
Saint Germain, 1887. 406 pp. 
19 cm. 

Marin y Morales, Valentin: En- 
sayo de una sintesis de los trabajos 
realizados por las comunidades reli- 
giosas espanolas de Filipinas. Ma- 
nila, Imp. de Sto. Tomas, 1901. 2 
vols. 22 cm. 

Martinez, Graciano : Memorias 
del cautiverio de la revolucion fili- 
pina. Manila, Imp. del Colegio de 
Sto. Tomas, 1900. 232 pp. 1 1. 
21 cm. 

Martinez de Zuniga; Joaquin: 
Estadismo de las Islas Filipinas 6 
mis viajes por este pais. Publica 
esta obra por primera vez extensa- 
mente anotada W. E. Retana. Ma- 
drid, 1893. 2 vols. 21 cm. 

Historia de las Islas Filipi- 

nas. Imp. en Sampaloc; Por Fr. 
Pedro Arguelles de la Concepcion, 
Religioso Francisco. Ano de 1803. 
687 pp. 20 cm. 

Martinez Vigil, Ramon: La an- 
tigua civilizacion de Filipinas. Of 
"La Espana Moderna," pp. 86-95; 
5-14 and 5-20, Apr.-June, 1891. 
25.5 cm. 

La Orden de Predicadores. 

Sus glorias en santidad, apostolado, 
ciencias, artes y gobierno de los 
pueblos, seguidas del ensayo de una 
Biblioteca de Dominicos espafioles. 
Madrid, 1884. Imp. de Antonio 
Perez Dubrull, Flor Baja, 22-430 
pp. 1 1. 20.5 cm. 

Mas, Sinibaldo de : Inf orme sobre 
el estado de las Islas Filipinas, en 
1842. Madrid, 1843. 2 vols. 21 


Medio, Pedro N. de: Discurso 
leido en la apertura de la Real y 
Pontificia Universidad de Santo To- 
mas de Manila, el dia 2 de Julio de 
1886. Manila, Imp. del Colegio de 
Sto. Tomas, 1896. 143, lxiv, pp. 30 

Medina, J. T.: El Tribunal del 
Santo Oficio de la Inquisicion en las 
Islas Filipinas. Santiago de Chile, 
Imp. Elzeveriana, 1899. 190 p. 
19.5 cm. 

Medina, J. T. : La Imprenta en 
Manila desde sus origines hasta 
1810. Santiago de Chile. Imp. y 
grab, en casa del autor. 1896. 279 
pp. 28 cm. 

Memoria complementaria de la 
Seccion 2a. del Programa. Pobla- 
dores aborigenes, razas existentes y 
sus variedades. Religion, usos y 
costumbres de los habitantes de Fi- 
lipinas. Manila, Imp. del Colegio 
de Sto. Tomas, 1887. (To the 
head.) Exposition general de las 
Is}as Filipinas, 1887. Comision 
Central de Manila. 352 pp. 22.5 

Memorial elevado a Su Santidad 
el Papa Leon XIII, por el pueblo 
filipino. Manila, Imp. La Democra- 
cia, 1900. 13 pp. 27 cm. 

M e n d i o 1 a , Enrique : Instituto 
Burgos. Discurso leido en la aper- 
tura de estudios academicos el 12 
de Junio de 1910. Manila, Y. F., 
Imp. de L. Cribe, Crespo, 101, 1910. 
30 pp. 1 1. 22.5 cm. 

Merrill, Elmer, Dr. : A review of 
the identifications of the species 
described in Blanco's Flora de Fi- 
lipinas. Manila, Bureau of Public 
Printing, 1905. 132 pp. 23 cm. 

Miguel, Gregorio: Estudio sobre 
las Islas Carolinas. Comprende la 
historia y geografia de los 35 gru- 
pos que forman el archipielago ca- 
rolino, seguido de la description de 
todas las Islas del Oceano Pacifico, 
situadas entre el Ecuador y el para- 
lelo 10 e . N. Se acompana al presente 
estudio un atlas con las cartas, pia- 
nos topograficos y croquis de todas 



las islas del archipielago Caroline 
Madrid, Imp. de Jose Perales y Mar- 
tinez. 1887. 207 pp. 24 cm. 

Military Notes of the Philippines. 
Washington, Government Printing 
Office, 1898. 314 pp. 50 maps. 
23 cm. 

Miller, John Maurice: Philippine 
Folklore Stories. Boston, U. S. A. 
The Athemeum Press, 1904, 128 
pp. 18.5 cm. 

Miller, Hugo H. : Philippine 
Hats. Manila, Bureau of Printing, 

1910. 60 pp. 2 n. 21 plates. 23 

Minguella, Toribio: Ensayo de 
Gramatica Hispano-Tagala. 
Manila, Estab. Tip. de Plana y 
Comp., 1878. 302 pp. 20 cm. 

Mirasol Dionisio M. : Vocabula- 
rio 6 Manual de Dialogos en espafiol- 
bisaya. Corregido, reformado y 
extensamente aumentado por M. 
Perfecto. Tercera Parte. Manila, 
Imp. del Colegio de Sto. Tomas. 84 
pp. 16.5 cm. 



Gardiner, Samuel Rawson: His- 
tory of the commonwealth and 
protectorate, 1649-1656. New ed. 
Lond., N. Y. [etc.], Longmans, 
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el M. R. P. Vicario Provincial y 
Foraneo Fr. Pedro Villanova de la 
misma Orden, Vicario y Cura Par- 
roco de Binmaley. Manila, 1865. 
Estab. Tip. del Colegio de Santo 
Tomas a cargo de D. Babil Salo. 
121 pp. 30 cm. 

Fernandez, E. Nuevo vocabulario 
6 Manual de conversaciones en Es- 
paiiol, Tagalo y Pampango. Se- 
gunda Edicion. Manila, Imp. de 
Amigos del Pais, Calle de Anda, 
Num. 1. 1882. 84 pp. 19.5 cm. 

Vocabulario Tagalo-Caste- 

llano. Manila, Estab. Tip. de Este- 
ban Balbas. Letran 17, esquina a 
la Real, 1883. 118 pp. 1 1. 17 cm. 

Vocabulario 6 Manual de 

conversaciones en Espanol, Tagalo 
y Pampango. Quinta edicion. Bi- 
nondo, Libreria Tagala. Rosario 
Num. 171. 1887. 83 pp. 24. cm. 

Vocabulario Tagalo-Caste- 

llano. Octava edicion. Manila, 
1910. Imp. J. Martinez, Pza. Mo- 
raga 34-36. 110 pp. 1 1. 18.5 cm. 

Ferrer, Fernando: Manual Iloco- 
Castellano 6 sea metodo para apren- 
der 6 enseiiar el castellano en los 
pueblos ilocanos. Primera edicion. 
Manila, Tip. Amigos del Pais, Real 
34, 1894. 241 pp. 6 1. 18.5 cm. 

Manual Iloco-Castellano 6 

mentada por el mismo autor. Ma- 
nila Imp. Amigos del Pais. Palacio 
253, 1903. 348 pp. 20.5 cm. 

Figueroa, Antonio: Arte del 
idioma Visaya de Samar y Leyte. 
Binondo, 1870. Imprenta de Kruno 
Gonzalez Moras. Anloague 6. 135 
pp. 21.5 cm. 

Arte del idioma Visaya. 2a. 

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el castellano en los pueblos ilocanos. 
Segunda edicion. Revisada y au- 
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nila Imp. de Amigos del Pais. Pala- 
cio 258, 1900. 352 pp. 17 cm. 

Manual Iloco-Castellano 6 

sea metodo para aprender 6 ensenar 
el castellano en los pueblos ilocanos. 
Tercera edicion. Revisada y au- 

Edicion. Binondo. 1872. Im- 
prenta de Bruno Gonzalez Moras. 
Anloague 6. 135 pp. 21 cm. 

Flores y Talusic, Jose A.: Nuevo 
epitome de Gramatica Latina para 
la juventud Filipina. Primera Edi- 
cion. Manila, Estab. Tip. de Mo- 
desto Reyes y Cia., Salcedo 190, Sta. 
Cruz, 1902. 295 pp. 20 cm. 

Fritz^ William G. : Ingles at ca- 
pampangan a numang piakitan. 
English and Pampanga at sight a 
new system of self instruction a 
complete Pampanga pronunciation 
of the English words. Manila, Y. 
M. C. A. 201 Real, Manila. 91 
pp. 20 cm. 

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claridad del tagalo; Alfabeto. In 
"Cronica de las Islas Filipinas." 
Madrid, 1871, Imprenta a cargo de 
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Mikronesischen und Papuanischen 
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542. 27 cm. 

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11 pp. 1 1. 22 cm. 

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tis. Manila Tip. Collegii S. Thorns 
1846. vol II. 376 pp. +1 1. 185 


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The government of the Philippine Islands 

Department of Public Instruction 

Philippine Library 




Volume I JULY, 1913 Number 11 


Library Resolution of Condolence - 179 

The Filipiniana Collection of the Compania General de 

Tabacos de Filipinas, of Barcelona ----- 181-185 

Recent Accessions - - 185 193 

United States Reports and legislation on public roads 

in the Public Documents Division ----- 193 195 
List of works in the Filipiniana Division relating to the 

study of the linguistics of the Philippine Islands-^ 

Part IV - - - - - - 195, 196 






Ex officio: 

Newton W. Gilbert, Secretary of Public Instruction 

Dean C. Worcester, Secretary of the Interior 

Gregorio Araneta, Secretary of Finance and Justice 
Appointive : 

Grant T. Trent, Justice of the Supreme Court 

Lawrence E. Griffin, Associate Professor of Zoology, and Dean, 
College of Liberal Arts, University of the Philippines 
Secretary : 

McQueen S. Wightman. 


James A. Robertson, Librarian 

Syrena McKee, Chief Cataloguer 

Bessie A. Dwyer, Chief, Circulating Division (American Circulating 

Manuel Artigas y Cuerva, Curator, Filipiniana Division 


Whereas, It has pleased Divine Providence to remove 
from our midst Mrs. Nelly Young Egbert; and 

Whereas, we, the employees of the Philippine Library who 
have been associated with Mrs. Egbert, who have known 
her untiring and unselfish labor in the American Circulating 
Library and the Philippine Library, by virtue of which 
the present library has been rendered possible, and who 
appreciate her fine qualities of friendship and devotion: 
Therefore, be it 

Resolved, That we, the aforesaid employees of the Philip- 
pine Library, do hereby express to her immediate family 
our sympathy for her removal, which though it has come 
after the fullness of years and a life of service, is none the 
less a grief ; and 

That a set of these resolutions be embossed and sent 
to her grief -stricken daughters, Mrs. Kilbourne, Mrs. Golds- 
borough, and Mrs. Stirling; and 

That these resolutions be published in the Philippine 
Library Bulletin, the Official Gazette, the newspapers of 
Manila, and the Army and Navy Journal and the Army 
and Navy Register of Washington, D. C. 

James A. Robertson, Syrena McKee, Bessie A. 
Dwyer, Manuel Artigas y Cuerva, Emma 0. 
Elmer, Effie E. Spicher, Isabel E. de Santos, 
Blanca Lara, Orencio Aligada, Segundo Hi- 
polito, P. Santos, Guillermo Restua, Ma- 
riano Banting, Salvador Donado, Gregorio 
del Rosario, Gaudencio Banting, Pedro 
Aguado, Julian Canda, Baldomero Javier. 

119598—2 X79 




ittanila, $. I. 

VOL. I JULY, 1913 No. 11 

The library is open daily in its various divisions as follows: 

Circulating Division (American Circulating: Library), 8 a. m. to 9 p. in. 

Periodical Division, 8 a. m. to i* p. in. 

Filipiniana Division, 7.30 a. m. to 4.30 p. m., Monday to Friday; 7.30 

a. m. to 12.30 p. m., Saturday. 
Public Documents Division, 8 a. m. to 5 p. m., Monday to Friday; 8 

a. m. to 1 p. m., Saturday. 
Scientific Division (Bureau of Science), 7.30 a. m. to 9 p. m., Monday 

to Friday; 7.30 a. m. to 5 p. m. Saturday; 9 a. m. to 12 noon Sundays 

and holidays. 
Law Division (Supreme Court), 8 a. m. to 12.30 p. m., Monday to Friday; 

8 a. m. to 1 p. m. Saturday. 

A fee of five pesos per annum or fifty centavos per month is charged for the 
privilege of drawing books from the Circulating Division (American Circulating 
Library) . 

The privileges of the periodical and reference rooms are free to all. Books 
of the Filipiniana and Public Documents divisions may be consulted free in the 
library. If sufficient notice be given be lore the hour for closing the two latter 
divisions, books will be reserved for readers at the charging desk of the Circulat- 
ing Division (American Circulating Library). 

It is a commonplace to speak of the library as the storehouse of the thought 
of all the ages. If the library is merely a storehouse it might as well not exist. 
That library best fulfills its purpose which disseminates most widely the stored-up 


On February 3, 1913, the Philippine Legislature passed the following 

bill : 


By authority of the United States, be it enacted by the Philippine Legislature, that: 

Section 1. The sum of two hundred thousand pesos Philippine currency is hereby 

a Ppropriated, out of any funds in the Insular Treasury, not otherwise appropriated, 

for the purchase of the library of the Compania General de Tabacos de Filipinas at 

Barcelona, Spain, under the conditions hereinafter mentioned. 



Sec. 2. The purchase shall be made by authority of the Philippine Library Board, 
in accordance with the provisions of Act Numbered Nineteen hundred and thirty-five. 
Sec. 3. The aforesaid library is believed to consist of the following: 

1. All the titles and their duplicates enumerated and described in the work of 
Retana, Aparato bibliogrdfico de la historia general de Filipinas deducido de la colec- 
cion que posee en Barcelona la Campania General de Tabacos de Filipinas de dichas 
islas, Madrid, mil novccientos seis, belonging to the Compafiia General de Tabacos de 

2. All the books, newspapers, and other printed documents (including the dupli- 
cates) not catalogued in the said Aparato, which are the property of the said Compafiia 

3. All documents, original as well as copies, owned by said Compafiia General. 

4. All other material, such as anting -anting s, etcetera, which may be considered 
as properly forming part of a collection of Philippine documents. 

5. All lists or catalogues owned by the said Compafiia General in any manner 
affecting said collection. 

6. The remaining unsold copies of the edition of the said Aparato in the possession 
of said Compafiia General, in Spain as well as in the Philippine Islands, with all the 
rights for reprinting the same, in any form. 

The aforesaid Compafiia General, through its duly authorized representative, shall 
make affidavit before a notary that the conditions prescribed in this Act have been 
complied with at the time of the embarkation of such documents. 

Sec. 4. The aforesaid Compafiia General shall, in the presence of the delegate or 
delegates appointed by the Government of the Philippine Islands, pack with all proper 
security the aforesaid documents belonging to the aforesaid library or collection, and 
shall embark the same on a vessel offering reasonable security and speed. All the 
expenses of packing and embarking and the traveling expenses both ways, in first 
class, of the delegates, including the insurance of the shipment, shall be at the expense 
of said Compafiia General. 

Sec. 5. The delegate or delegates shall be appointed by the Governor-General. 

Sec. 6. The payment shall be made by direct authority of the Governor-General, 
in the following form: One hundred thousand pesos at the time when the Librarian 
of the Philippine Library shall certify that all the documents included in the sale of 
the collection above cited have been received in Manila in good condition, and the 
remaining one hundred thousand pesos one year after date of the first payment. 

Sec. 7. The public good requiring the speedy enactment of this bill, the same shall 
take effect on its passage, in accordance with section one of Act Numbered Nineteen 
hundred and forty-five of the Philippine Legislature. 

Enacted, February 3, 1913. 

In accordance with the terms of the above act, the Honorable Dr. Jose 
Espinosa, representative for Tarlac in the Philippine Assembly, and the 
Librarian took over the collection at Barcelona. The books have now 
reached Manila and are being installed in the Filipiniana Division. 

The history of the Tabacalera Collection, one of the most important 
of all special collections known, is interesting. The fact that a great 
commercial company gathered this collection together makes it all the 
more remarkable. As far back as 1883, the then director of the tobacco 
company, Sr. Clemente Miralles de Imperial, began to collect books on the 
history of the Philippine Islands, collecting at first only in Spain, and, 
in general, only modern works ; but his field of operations gradually extend- 
ing into all the countries of western Europe, and the scope of collection 


being made to include also old and rare works* It is, indeed, in some 
measure due to the company's eagerness in collecting that the price of 
Filipiniana began to ascend, although it is true that the great ascent in 
prices has come only since American occupation; and the company was 
a great means for the stimulation of sales. The Conde de Churruca, 
vice-director of the company, and the librarian, Sr. Jose Sanchez, were 
also keen collectors, and each worked earnestly to make the collection 
complete. Each of the three was imbued by that true love for books 
which distinguishes the book lover from the mere collector, and each one 
knew intimately the inside of the library. 

Tn 1894, the company entered into its first real negotiations with 
Sr, W. E. Retana, newspaper writer and the author of many works on the 
Philippines, and well known in the Philippines for many reasons, and 
with the Madrid bookseller, Sr. Pedro Vindell. After this time the growth 
of the library was more rapid. 

In 1895, following Retana's suggestion, the company began the collec- 
tion of manuscript documents on the Philippines, which were copied from 
originals in the Archivo de Indias in Seville. After 1899, the choice of 
the documents copied was left to Rev. Pablo Pastells, S. J., formerly 
rector of the Ateneo in Manila, a keen student in Philippine and South 
American matters, and who has spent considerable time in the Seville 
archives. In all about 34,000 double folios were collected. 

In 1900, the first large addition was made to the collection by the 
purchase of the Retana collection, then probably the best library of Fili- 
piniana in existence. Retana had been an eager collector, and both in 
Spain and in the Philippines had had excellent opportunities for collection. 
He published a bibliography of this in 1898, which, with the bibliographi- 
cal work of Medina, the Chilean scholar, forms a valuable source for the 
study of the bibliography of the Philippine Islands. 

In 1904, Vindell published his well-known catalogue of Filipiniana 
(much of the work of which was done by Retana), and the best pieces 
of this were immediately bought by the librarian of the company, Sr. Jose 
Sanchez, for the Tabacalera collection. About this time the company 
decided to publish a catalogue of its library. The compilation of this was 
given in charge to Sr. Retana, who, with very great assistance from 
the librarian, Sr. Jose Sanchez, finished his work and published in 1906 
a three-volume catalogue under the title: Aparato btbliogrdfico de la His- 
toria General de Filipinas deducido de la coleccion que posee en Barcelona 
la Compania General de Tabacos de dichas islas. This publication forms 
one of the best sources for the study of the bibliography of the Philippine 
Islands. It contains 4,623 separate titles arranged chronologically, and 
has much valuable historical as well as bibliographical information. 

The library was housed in the main offices of the company, one entire 
room being given over to this. Among its books were various from 
such well-known collections as those of Sowelesi, Ramirez, Duke of Alba, 
Vermin Caballero, Marquis of Liedena, Salva-Heredia, Emperor Maxi- 


milian, Sancho Rayon, J. F. Medina, Cabezas de Herrera, Barrantes, Gen- 
eral Terrero, Tiscar, Zapater, and others. The librarian had made a card 
catalogue of the entire collection, classifying roughly by subjects, and 
using as symbols the letters A-U, each letter representing one section 
of eight shelves, and being followed by the number of the shelf and book. 
The company, with great generosity, allowed free access to its collection, 
and many scholars have worked among its treasures. Every book is 
bound, many of them sumptuously, such well-known binders as Boyer, 
Bedford, Zahnsdorf, Durand, Menard, Ginesta, Arias, and H. Miralles 
being represented. 

Some few of the notable books of the collection are the following: 
Transilvanus, Maximilianus : De Moluccis Insults, Coloniae, 1523 ; Ra- 
musio, G. B. : Belle Navigationi et viaggi, 3 vols. Venetia, 1554, 1606, 
1565; Fernandez de Oviedo, G. : Historia general de las Indias, Valladolid, 
1557; Alvarez, Francisco: Historia de las cosas de Ethiopia, Qaragoga, 
1561 ; Copia de vna carta venida de Seuilla, Barcelona, 1556 (the first 
printed account of Legazpi's expedition, and unique) ; Gonzalez de Mendoza, 
J. : Historia de las cosas mas notables, ritos y costvmbres del gran reyno 
de la China, Roma, 1585 (of this celebrated book, over 40 different edi- 
tions, counting translations into Latin, Italian, French, German, Dutch, 
and English, have been printed, 27 of which are contained in the collec- 
tion) ; Acosta, J.: Historia natural y moral de las Indias, Barcelona, 1591; 
Tello, F. : Relacion, Sevilla, 1598; Ortelius, Epitome theatri, Antverpiae, 
1601 ; Rivadeneyra, M. de : Historia de las islas del, y reynos de la Gran 
China, etc., Barcelona, 1601 ; Relatione breve del P. Diego de Torres, 
Roma, 1603; Chirino, Pedro: Relacion de las Islas Filipinas, Roma, 1604; 
Relacion del levantamiento de los Sangleyes, Sevilla, 1606; Wytfliet, His- 
toire vniverselle des hides Occidentales, Dovay, 1607; Leonardo de Ar- 
gensola, B. : Conquista de las Islas Malucas, Martin, 1609 ; Morga, Antonio: 
Sucesos de las Islas Filipinas, Mexico, 1609 (one of the rarest of Fili- 
piniana) ; Fernandez, Alonso: Historia eclesiastica de 7ivestros tiempos, 
Toledo, 1611; Verdadera relacion de la maravillosa victoria que en la 
civdad de Manila . . . han tenido los Espanolcs contra la poderosa armada 
de los Cosarios Olandeses, Sevilla, 1611; Rios Coronel, H. de los: Memo- 
rial y relacion, Madrid, 1621; Grijalva, Juan de: Cronica, Mexico, 1624; 
Relacion verdadera, y breve de la persecvcion ... en Japon, Manila, 
1625; Leon Pinelo, Antonio de: Epitome de la biblioteca oriental i occi- 
dental, Madrid, 1629; Vocabvlario de Japon, Manila, 1630; Stafford, Ig- 
nacio: Historia de lo, celestial vocacion missiones apostolicas y gloriosa 
muerte del padre Marcelo Francisco Mastrilli, Lisboa, 1639; Aduarte, 
Diego: Historia de la provincia del Sancto Rosario, Manila, 1640 (ex- 
tremely rare) ; Colifi, Labor evangelica, Madrid, 1663 ; San Nicolas, An- 
dres de, Historia general de los religiosos Descalzos, Madrid, 1664 ; Combes, 
Francisco, Historia de las Islas de Mindanao, Jolo, y svs adyacentes, Madrid, 
1667; and many other little-known, unique, and rare titles, embracing 
history, ethnology, linguistics, theology, politics, etc., of which space per- 
mits no mention. 



With the exception of the Philippine Library before the purchase 
was made this was the largest collection of Filipiniana in existence. Its 
acquisition gives the Philippine Library, beyond any question, the richest 
collection of Filipiniana in the world, and one that can never be equaled. 



Daudet, Leon: Alphonse Daudet; 
to which is added The Daudet family 
(Mon frere et moi) by Ernest 
Daudet; tr. by Charles Dekay. 
Boat., Little, 1898. [xii], 466 p. 


Dodge, Mary Abigail (Gail Hamil- 
ton, pseud.) : Gail Hamilton's life in 
letters; ed. by H. Augusta Dodge. 
Bosk, Lee, 1901. 2 v. 920.7D664 

Drew, Louisa (Lane) (Mrs. John 
Drew) : Autobiographical sketch of 
Mrs. John Drew; with an introd. 
by her son John Drew; with bio- 
graphical notes by Douglas Tay- 
lor. . . N. Y., Scribner, 1899. [xiv], 
[200] p. 920.7D82a 

Dreyfus, Alfred: Letters d'un 
innocent; the letters of Captain 
Dreyfus to his wife; tr. by L. G. 
Moreau. . . N. Y. & Lond., Harper, 
1899. [xviii], [234] p. 921D826 

DuBarry, Marie Jeanne (Gomart 
de Vaubernier) comtesse: Memoirs 
of the Comtesse duBarry with mi- 
nute details of her entire career as 
favorite of Loius XV; written by 
herself; with a special introd. by 
Robert Arnot. Akron, (O.), St. 
Dunstan soc, cl903. [xxviii], 445 
p. 920.7B851 

Ellis, Edward Sylvester: The life 
of Colonel David Crockett. . . to 
which are added sketches of Gen- 
eral Sam Houston, General Santa 
Anna, Rezin P. and Colonel James 
Bowie. Phila., Porter & Coates, 
cl884. viii, [9]-271 p. 921C872e 

Ensayo sobre la vida y las obras 
del vizconde de Chateaubriand; (tr. 
del f ranees) Valencia, M. de Cabre- 
rizo, 1843. 4 p. 1., 327 p. 


Firth, Charles Harding: Oliver 
Cromwell and the rule of the Puri- 
tans in England. N. Y., Lond., 
Putnam, cl900. [xiv] 496 p. (He- 
roes of the nations.) 921C88f 

Foa, Mme Eugenie (Rodrigues- 
Gradis) : Boy life of Napoleon, af- 
terwards emperor of the French; 
adapted and extended for American 
boys and girls, from the French, by 
E. S. Brooks . . . Bost., Lothrop, 
C1895 251 p. +921N16f 

Ford, Paul Leicester: The many- 
sided Franklin. N. Y., Century, 
1899. [xxii] 516 p. 921F854f 

Fournier, August: Napoleon the 
first; a biography; tr. by Margaret 
(Bacon) Corwin and A. D. Bissell; 
ed. by E. G. Bourne. N. Y., Holt, 
1903. [xviii] 836 p. 921N16fc 

Fowler, William Warde: Julius 
Caesar and the foundation of the 
Roman imperial system . . . Ed. 2. 
N. Y., Lond., Putnam, 1901. [xxii], 
389 p. (Heroes of the nations.) 


Franklin, Benjamin: The auto- 
biography of Benjamin Franklin, 
and a sketch of Franklin's life from 
the point where the autobiography 
ends, drawn chiefly from his letters ; 
with notes and a chronological his- 
torical table. Bost., N. Y. [etc], 
Houghton, cl896. xiv, [7], 253 p. 
(Riverside lit. ser.) 921F854a 

The autobiography of Ben- 
jamin Franklin, now first printed 
in England from the full and 
authentic text; ed. with a biblio- 
graphical preface and an historical 
account of Franklin's later life, by 
William Macdonald. Lond., Dent; 
N. Y., Dutton, 1905. xxiv, 314 p. 
(Temple autobiographies.) 




Franklin, Benjamin: The life of 
Benjamin Franklin, written by him- 
self; now first ed. from original 
manuscripts and from his printed 
correspondence and other writings 
by John Bigelow . . . Ed. 4. rev. & 
corrected. Phila., Lond., Lippin- 
cott, 1902. 3 v. 921F854ab 

Franklin, Samuel Rhodes: Mem- 
ories of a rear-admiral who has 
served for more than half a century 
in the navy of the United States. 
N. Y. & Lond., Harper, 1898. 
[xvi], [398] p. 921F855 

Froude, James Anthony: Bunyan. 
Lond., Macmillan, 1880. [viii], 181 
p. (Eng. men of letters.) 921B886f 

Garland, Hamlin : Ulysses S. 
Grant, his life and character. N. 
Y., Doubleday, 1898. [xx], 524 p. 


Garnett, Richard : Life of Thomas 
Carlyle. Lond., & Newcastle on 
Tyne, W. Scott, n. d. 186, xxviii p. 
(Great writers.) 921C199g 

G a s k e 1 1 , Elizabeth Cleghorn 

(Stevenson) : Life of Charlotte 

Bronte . . . N. Y., Appleton, 1858. 

2 v. in 1. 920.7B7893g 

Gastaldi, P : The life of the vener- 
able Joseph Benedict Cottolengo, 
founder of the Little House of Prov- 
idence in Turin; comp. from the 
Italian Life of Don P. Gastaldi, by 
a priest of the Society of Jesus . . . 
San Francisco, (Cal.) A.Waldtenfel; 
Lond., Burnsand Oates, 1893. [x], 
246 p. 921C829g 

Gilder, Richard Watson: Grover 
Cleveland, a record of friendship . . . 
N. Y., Century, 1910. xvi, 270 p. 


Griffis, William Elliot: A maker 
of the new Orient : Samuel Robbins 
Brown; pioneer educator in China, 
America, and Japan: the story of 
his life and work . . . N. Y., Lond. 
[etc], Revell, cl902. 332 p. 


Haaren, John Henry, & Poland, 
A. B. : Famous men of Rome. N. 
Y. [etc], Amer. bk. cl904. viii, 
269 p. +920H1116f 

Haldane, Elizabeth Sanderson : 
Descartes; his life and times. 
Lond., Murray, 1905. xxxiii, 398 p. 


Hale, Edward Everett: The life 
of Christopher Columbus; from his 
own letters and journals and other 
documents of his time. Chgo., G. L. 
Howe Co., 1891. 320 p. 921C717h 

H a 1 s t e a d , Murat : Life and 
achievements of Admiral Dewey, 
from Montpelier to Manila . . . n. p., 
Our possessions pub. co., cl899. 
452 p. 921D515h 

Hammerton, John Alexander : 
George Meredith in anecdote and 
criticism . . . Lond., G. Richards ; N. 
Y., Kennerly, 1909. [xii], 391 p. 


Hare, Christopher, pseud : Courts 
and camps of the Italian renais- 
sance; being a mirror of the life 
and times of the ideal gentleman 
Count Baldassare Castiglione, de- 
rived largely from his own letters 
and other contemporary sources ; to 
which is added an epitome of his 
famous work The book of the court- 
ier, with appreciations and an- 
notations. N. Y., Scribner, 1908. 
[xvi], [298] p. 921C278h 

Hart, Albert Bushnell: Salmon 
Portland Chase. Bost. & N. Y. f 
Houghton, 1899. [xii], 465 p. 
(American statesmen.) 921C387h 

Harvey, Peter : Reminiscences 
and anecdotes of Daniel Webster. 
Bost., Little, 1909. [xii], 480 p. 


Headlam, James Wy cliff e: Bis- 
marck and the foundation of the 
German empire. N. Y. & Lond., 
Putnam, 1901. xii, 471 p. 


Bismarck and the foundation 

of the German empire. N. Y. & 
Lond., Putnam, cl899. xx, 471 p. 


Headley, Joel Tyler: Washington 
and his generals. N. Y. Hurst, n. 
d. 2 v. 921W2771ie 



Holder, Charles Frederick : 
Charles Darwin; his life and work. 
N. Y., Lond., Putnam, 1891* xvi, 
279 p. (Leaders in science.) 


Holland, Josiah Gilbert: The life 
of Abraham Lincoln. Springfield, 
Mass., Bill 1866. 544 p. 


Holloway, Mrs. Laura (Carter.) : 
(An) hour with Charlotte Bronte; 
or Flowers from a Yorkshire moor. 
Phila., J. W. Bradley, cl882. 162 p. 


Ladies of the White House. 

N. Y., Chic, [etc.], U. S. pub. co., 
1870. 1 p. 1., 658 p. 920.7H728 

Hoist, Hermann Eduard Von: 
John C. Calhoun. Bost., Houghton, 
1888. vi, 356 p. (Amer. states- 
men.) 921C1286h 

John C. Calhoun. Bost., 

Houghton. 1899. 3374 p. (Amer. 
statesmen.) 921C1286h7 

Howe, Mark Antony De Wolfe: 
Phillips Brooks. Bost., Small, 1899. 
[xx], 120 p. (Beacon biographies.) 


Hugo, Victor Marie, Viscomte: 
Napoleon the little; tr. by G. B. 
Ives. N. Y., Athernaeum. soc, 
cl909. [viii], 335 p. 921N161h 

Hulbert, Archer Butler: Wash- 
ington and the west; being George 
Washington's diary of September, 
1784, kept during his journey into 
the Ohio basin in the interest of a 
commercial union between the Great 
Lakes and the Potomac river and a 
commentary upon the same. . . . 
Cleveland A. H. Clark Co., 1911. 
5, 217 p. 921W277hu 

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Leighton, Henry, and Bastin, Ed- 
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and Eastern Maine. (Office of 
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4 pi.) 

Lord, Edwin C. E.: Examination 
and classification of rocks for build- 
ing, including the physical prop- 
erties of rocks with reference to 
their mineral composition and struc- 
ture. (Office of Public Roads, 1911, 
bull. 37. 28 p., 1 il., 10 pi., 2 

New wagon road in Honduras. 
(In Cons. Rp., Feb. 1903, no. 269, 
pp. 202, 203.) 

Page, L. W. : Object lesson roads. 
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Oil-mixed Portland Cement 

concrete. (Office of Public Roads, 
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Proceedings of the National Good 
Roads Convention held at St. Louis, 
April 27 to 29, 1903. (Office of 
Public Roads Inquiries, 1903, bull. 
26. 80 p.) 

Proceedings of the North Caro- 
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Raleigh, Feb. 12 and 13, 1902. 
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1902, bull. 24. 72 p., 5 pi.) 

Progress reports of dust preven- 
tives. ( Office of Public Roads, 1908, 
circ. 89. 26 p., 6 tables.) 

Progress reports of experiments 
in dust prevention, road preserva- 
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of Public Roads, 1911, circ. 94. 56 
p., 35 tables.) 

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Report of the director of the Office 
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Spoon, W. L. : Sand-clay and 
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Gramatica Latina para uso 

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Vocabulario en lengua Gad- 

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Galtes, Pio: Diccionario etnogra- 
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Garcia, Francisco: Elementos de 
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Manga unang turo sa uicang 

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laminas, un mapa geografico y un 
Apendice en que se da noticia de las 
Islas Filipinas y de Borneo, y se 
insertan los documentos oficiales so- 
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Gaytero, Manuel: Reglas de Gra- 
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Gramatica y reglas para su correcta 
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Gelabert y Gordiola, Juan: Ma- 
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una instruccion sobre el desenvol- 
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Gentil, M. C: Du Language et 
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Montano, J.: Voyage aux Philip- I 
pines et en Malaisie. Ouvrage eon- j 
tenant 30 gravures et une carte. Pa- 
ris, Hachette, 1886. 351 p. 19 cm. 

Montero y Vidal, Jose : El Archi- 
pielago filipino y las Islas Marianas, 
Carolinas y Palaos. Su historia, 
geografia y estadistica. Obra ilus- 
trada con dos mapas. Madrid Te- 
llo, 1886. 505 p. 21 cm. 

Historia de la pirateria ma- 

layo-mahometana en Mindanao, Jolo 
y Borneo. Comprende desde el des- 
cubrimiento de dichas Islas hasta 
Junio de 1888. Madrid, Tello, 1888. 
2 vols. 21 cm. 

Historia general de Filipinas 

desde el descubrimiento de dichas 
Islas hasta nuestros dias. Madrid, 
Tello, 1887-1895. 3 vols. 21 cm. 

Monteverde y Sedano, Federico: 
Campana de Filipinas. La Division 
Lachambre. 1897. Madrid, Her- 
nando, 1888. 604 p. 24 cm. 

Moreno, Francisco: Historia de 
la Santa Iglesia Metropolitana. Con 
las vidas de arzobispos y varones in- 
signes, extensiva a hechos culmi- 
nantes de la conquista y fundacion 
de varias instituciones en esta ca- 
pital hasta 1650. Edicion para los 
suseritores de la Revista y de El 
Oriente. Manila, 1877. Imp. de 
El Oriente. 294 p. 19 cm. 

Morga, Antonio de: Sucesos de 
las Islas Filipinas. Obra publicada 
en Mejico el ano 1809 nuevamente 
sacada a luz y anotada por Jose 
Rizal y precedida de un Prologo del 
Prof. Fernando Blumentritt. Paris, 
Gamier Hermanos, 1890. 374 p. 
2;5 cm. 

Mosquera y Garcia, Francisco: 
Memoria sobre el tabaco de Filipi- 
flas, su produccion, elaboracion y 
^tribucion. Ed. 2. Madrid, Ara- 
bia, 1880. 75 p. 22.5 cm. 

Moya y Jimenez ; Francisco Javier 
de: Las Islas Filipinas 1882. Es- 
tudios historicos geograficos y des- 
criptivos. Madrid, "El Correo," 
1883. 362 p. 22 cm. 

Musgrave, W. E. : A m e b a s . 
Their cultivation and etiologic sig- 
nificance. Manila, Bureau of Public 
Printing, 1904. 117 p. 16 pi. 23 

Navarro, Eduardo: Estudio de al- 
gunos asuntos de actualidad. Ce- 
dulas personales, pasaportes, padro- 
nes, censura de impresos y comedias, 
juegos, vagos, malhechores, regimen 
municipal, la, ensenanza, codigos ci- 
vil y penal, juzgados de paz, la ma- 
soneria. Apendice. Madrid, Vkn 
da de M. Minuesa de los Rios, 1897. 
281 p. 23 cm. 

Nieva, Gregorio: Philippine As- 
sembly. Official Directory. First 
Philippine Legislature. Manila, 
Bureau of Printing, 1908. 92 p. 
19.5 cm. 

Noceda, Juan de; San Lucar, Pe- 
dro de: Vocabulario de la lengua 
tagala. Manila, Ramirez y Girau- 
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Noval y Gutierrez, Jose: Dis- 
curso leido en la apertura anual de 
los estudios de la Real y Pontificia 
Universidad de Sto. Tomas de Ma- 
nila el dia 2 de Julio de 1891. Ma- 
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Ocio, Hilario: Compendio de la 
Resena biografica de los religiosos 
de la provincia del Santisimo Rosa- 
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hasta nuestros dias, por el autor de 
la misma. Comprende desde 1587 
a 1895. Sto. Tomas, 1895. 1240, 
xviii, 167 p. 21.5 cm. 

O'Connell, Daniel: Manila the 
Pearl of the Orient. Guide Book to 
the intending visitor. Manila, 
Bureau of Printing, 1908. 59 p., 1 
map. 20 cm. 



Olive y Garcia, Francisco: Islas 
Marianas. Lijeros apuntes acerca 
de las mismas, porvenir a que pue- 
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ha de prestar la administracion para 
conseguirlo. Manila, Perez (Hijo), 

Oses Abaurre, Felix: Discurso 
leido en la apertura anual de los 
estudios de la Real y Pontificia Uni- 
versidad de Sto. Tomas de Manila, 
el dia 2 de Julio de 1897. Manila, 
Sto. Tomas, 1897. 70, xvi p. 30 

Orden general mimero 40. Ofici- 
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dos Unidos sa Filipinas. Manila, 
24 de Marzo de 1900. Ley Munici- 
pal (en dialecto cebuano). 46 p. 
18.5 cm. 

Orden general mimero 40. Ofici- 
na sang gobernador sang E. U. sa 
Filipinas. Manila, 29 de Marzo de 
1900. Ley Municipal (en dialecto 
panayano). Imp. La Democracia. 
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Ordenanza del Tribunal de Cuen- 
tas. Madrid, Alonso 1849. 25 p. 
29 cm. 

Ortega, Gaspar de: Cartilla de 
las obligaciones y derechos del con- 
tribuyente, gobernadorcillo y cabeza 
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alcoholes, propiedad urbana, indus- 
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Pan, Jose Felipe del: Los chinos 
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encuentran en articulos que "La 
Oceania Espaiiola" periodico de Ma- 
nila ha dedicado al estudio de este 
problema social. Manila, "La Ocea- 
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21.5 cm. 

Pardo de Tavera, T. H.: Biblio- 
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insulares como extranjeros, relativos 
a la historia, la etnografia, la lin- 

giiistica, la botanica, la fauna, la 
flora, la geologia, la hidrografia, la 
geografia, la legislacion etc., de las 
Islas Filipinas, de Jolo y Marianas. 
Wash., Govt. Printing Office, 1903. 
439 p. 26.5 cm. 

Contribucion para el estudio 

de los antiguos alfabetos filipinos. 
Losana, Yaunin Hermanos, 1884. 
30 p. il. 22.5 cm. 

El mapa de Filipinas del P. 

Murillo Velarde. Manila, Chofre, 
1894. 19 p. 24 cm. 

•— — Etimologia de los nombres 
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Reyes, 1901. 20 p. 18 cm. 

Las costumbres de los taga- 

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Los frailes en Filipinas. 

Conferencia dada en el Club Inter- 
nacional el dia 9 de Junio. Manila, 
1901. 19 p. 22.5 cm. 

Noticias sobre la imprenta 

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hijos de M. G. Hernandez, 1893. 
48 p. 22 cm. 

Plantas medicinales de Fili- 

pinas. Madrid, Rico, 1892. 128 p. 
22 cm. 

Una memoria de Anda y 

Salazar. Manila, "La Democracia," 
1899, 102 p. 22 cm. 

Paterno, Pedro A. : El Cristianis- 
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El Regimen municipal en 

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Los itas. Madrid, Suceso- 

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Canby, G. : Evolution of the | 
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Channing, E. : History of United 
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Colquhoun, A. R. : Greater Amer- 
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Coolidge, A. C. : United States as 
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Denby, C. : First Philippine Com- 
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Eggleston, E.: First book in 
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Funston, F. : Memories of two 
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Halsey, F. W. : Great epochs in 
American History described by fa- 
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Hart, A. B., ed. : American nation. 
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Problems of the Philippines. 

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Kipling, R. : Recessional. 

Le Roy, J. A.: Philippine life in 
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Lodge, H. C; and Roosevelt, T. : 
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McMaster, J. B.: History of the 
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SchaefFer, Emil, ed. : Van Dyek; 
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Schottmiiller, Frida, ed. : F r a 
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Schubring, Paul, ed. : Donatello; 
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Singer, Hans Wolfgang, ed. : 
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Bacheller, Irving Addison : 
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Glaspell, Susan: Lifted masks; 
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